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Isopto Carpine Eye Drops are used to treat glaucoma, presbyopia and ocular hypertension. They also prevent or reduce increased pressure in the eye during and after certain types of laser eye surgery. They are also used during an eye exam to constrict the pupil. Isopto Carpine Eye Drops treat glaucoma and ocular hypertension by allowing excess fluid to drain from the eye. Isopto Carpine Eye Drops treat presbyopia by reducing the size of the pupils, which helps to see objects up close.
Use Isopto Carpine Eye Drops only as directed by your doctor. Please use them sparingly, and use them for only what your doctor ordered. To do so may increase the chance of too much medicine being absorbed into the body and the chance of side effects.
To use the Isopto Carpine Eye Drops:
Isopto Carpine Eye Drops may cause common side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away:
Some side effects can be serious. If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately:
How do Isopto Carpine Eye Drops work?
Isopto Carpine Eye Drops lowers the amount of fluid in the eye so that the pressure goes down when you have glaucoma. It also prevents high eye pressure due to surgery.
Can you drive after using Isopto Carpine Eye Drops?
Isopto Carpine Eye Drops can make it harder to see at night. It can also make it more difficult for your eyes to adjust and focus on things. Be careful driving or doing dangerous activities in poorly lit areas after using Isopto Carpine Eye Drops, or ask someone to drive you or help you with tasks.
Can you wear contact lenses with Isopto Carpine Eye Drops?
A preservative in Isopto Carpine Eye Drops can damage your lenses. Make sure to remove your contacts before putting in Isopto Carpine Eye Drops, and wait 10 minutes before putting them back in your eyes.
What are the side effects of Isopto Carpine Eye Drops?
Temporary irritation/burning/stinging of the eye, temporary blurred vision, poor vision in dim light, headache, or brow ache may occur.
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