Bimatoprost ( BIMAT )
$75.00 – $210.00
What is Bimat Eye Drop
Both adults and children can take Bimatoprost (Bimat) Eye Drop, which can be used alone or in conjunction with other eye medications to lower pressure. To receive the best benefit from this medication, use it as prescribed by your doctor and according to his or her recommendations. Your vision may be harmed if you stop using it because of increased intraocular pressure. Before using a bottle for the first time, always make sure that the seal is intact. If you wear contact lenses, be sure to take them out and wait at least fifteen minutes before reapplying them.
How does Bimat Eye Drop Works
Our eyeballs are filled with a naturally occurring fluid substance. This fluid maintains a constant pressure inside the eyes by constantly producing new liquid and expelling excess liquid from the eye. Your eye will hurt and experience pressure increase if this liquid's drainage is obstructed. Bimat Eye Drop increases the amount of fluid that exits your eye, which lowers eye pressure.
How to use
- As directed by your physician, use Bimat Eye Drop.
- Take close note of the instructions and don't skip doses.
- Hands should be carefully cleaned both before and after injecting.
- For two to three minutes, close your eyes without blinking or squeezing.
- Keep the dropper clean and try not to get it in your eyes.
- Using a tissue, remove any extra liquid from your face.
- Make use of the precise amount of drops advised.
How it works with other drugs
If you use another medication from the same family (misoprostol or dinoprostone) in conjunction with Bimat Eye Drop, you run the risk of experiencing an excessive reduction in the pressure in your eyes. Talk to your primary care physician about any additional medications, herbal remedies, or dietary supplements that you take so that you can avoid any negative interactions.
Side Effects of Bimatoprost Eye Drop
Bimat Eye Drop may have certain possible adverse effects, just like any drug. These adverse effects, however, are often transient and modest. Among the most often mentioned adverse effects are:
- Itchy eyes
- Conjunctival hyperemia, or ocular inflammation
- Stale eyes
- Scorching eyes
- Itching or soreness in the eyes
- Teary eyes
- The skin surrounding your eyes is darker
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