Diclofenac Ophthalmic

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Diclofenac ophthalmic is used to decrease swelling, pain, and light sensitivity after particular eye surgical treatments. Diclofenac ophthalmic may be used for purposes not listed in this drug guide. Inform your medical professional if you use other medications or have other clinical problems or allergies. You ought to not use diclofenac ophthalmic if you are sensitive to diclofenac. tell your medical professional about any other current or planned eye surgical treatments. Diclofenac ophthalmic is usually offered 24 hours before eye surgical procedure and proceeded for 3 to 14 days. To use the eye goes down: Pull down your lower eyelid to produce a small pocket and squeeze a decline into this pocket. Your physician may place a special contact lens, to be left in your eye for 3 days after surgery. You might need vision tests for approximately a year after your eye surgical procedure. Use the medicine as soon as you can, yet miss the missed dosage if it is practically time for your following dose.

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