Azelastine ophthalmic

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Azelastine ophthalmic is an antihistamine that is used to deal with itchy eyes triggered by allergies. Azelastine ophthalmic might also be used for functions not noted in this drug guide. Tell each of your doctor about all your clinical conditions, allergies, and all medications you use. If you are sensitive to azelastine, you should not use azelastine ophthalmic. Azelastine ophthalmic should not be provided to a child more youthful than 3 years old. Use the medication at least 10 minutes prior to inserting your contact lenses. Wash your hands prior to utilizing eye medicine. To use the eye goes down: Tilt your head back somewhat and draw down your lower eyelid to produce a small pocket. Hold the dropper above the eye and press a drop into this pocket. Do not touch the idea of the eye dropper or place it directly on your eye. Use the medicine as quickly as you can, yet skip the missed dosage if it is virtually time for your next dosage.

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