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Mydriacyl Eye Drops are anticholinergics used to widen (dilate) the pupil of the eye in preparation for certain eye examinations. It works by relaxing certain eye muscles.
Mydriacyl Eye Drops are often used only in a doctor's office during an eye examination. Instructions are provided below for giving yourself the medicine if your doctor has prescribed it for home use. To apply the Mydriacyl eye drops:
Before taking Mydriacyl Eye Drops, consider the followings:
Mydriacyl Eye Drops may cause serious side effects. Call your doctor at once if you have the following:
Common side effects of Mydriacyl Eye Drops may include:
These are not a complete list of side effects, and others may occur. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects.
What should you do while using Mydriacyl Eye Drops?
When you use Mydriacyl eye drops, your eyes will not be able to react to light as they usually do naturally, sensitive to light. Additionally, your vision might be a little blurry. Wear sunglasses when you're outside during the day until your eyes have fully recovered to avoid discomfort and pain. Don't drive until your eyes have recovered.
How long do your eye(s) return to normal after using Mydriacyl Eye Drops?
Your eyes should go back to normal after 4 to 8 hours. However, in some cases, it can take up to 24 hours for complete recovery.
What side effects can Mydriacyl Eye Drops cause?
Eye stinging, temporary blurred vision, dry mouth, or eye sensitivity to light may occur.