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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Nedocromil is an anti-allergic medication that can lowers specific symptoms after you are exposed to an allergen. Nedocromil ophthalmic is used to treat itching of the eyes caused by allergic reactions. Nedocromil ophthalmic may additionally be used for purposes not detailed in this medication guide. If you are allergic to nedocromil, you should not use nedocromil ophthalmic. If you are pregnant or plan to come to be pregnant, inform your doctor. It is not known whether nedocromil ophthalmic enter breast milk or if it might hurt a nursing child. Nedocromil ophthalmic is not accepted for use by anybody younger than 3 years old. Nedocromil ophthalmic may consist of a chemical that can discolor soft contact lenses. Do not touch the idea of the eye dropper or place it straight on your eye. Do not use the eye goes down if the liquid has transformed colors or has bits in it. Use this medicine for the full length of time you are subjected to allergens, even if you have no symptoms.

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