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Nevanac Eye drops treat eye pain, redness, and swelling in patients recovering from cataract surgery. It stops the production of certain natural substances that cause pain and swelling.
Use Nevanac Eye Drops as directed by the doctor. Nevanac Eye Drops are usually instilled three times a day, beginning one day before cataract surgery, on the day of the surgery, and for 14 days after the surgery. Use eye drops at around the same times every day. Do not use more or less of them or use them more often than prescribed by your doctor.
To use the Nevanac Eye Drops, follow these steps:
Before using Nevanac Eye Drops, you should not use Nevanac if you are allergic to nepafenac. To make sure Nevanac is safe for you, tell your doctor if you have the following:
Common side effects of Nevanac Eye Drops may occur, including:
Some side effects can be serious. If you experience any of these symptoms, call your doctor immediately:
How long can you use Nevanac Eye Drops?
Usually, start Nevanac Eye Drops the day before cataract surgery and continues using it for two weeks after surgery. Please only take it for a longer amount of time if your provider instructs you to do so.
Can Nevanac Eye Drops raise blood pressure?
Nevanac Eye Drops are used in the eye. The dose is much smaller, and very little gets to the rest of the body, so the chance of experiencing high blood pressure from this medication is very low.
Are Nevanac Eye Drops intended to burn?
A common side effect of using Nevanac Eye Drops is burning or stinging immediately after a dose. However, it should only continue for a short while. If the burning or irritation persists, let your doctor know.
What side effects can Nevanac Eye Drops cause?
Nevanac Eye Drops may temporarily sting or burn your eyes for 1-2 minutes when applied. Eye redness and headache may also occur. If these effects persist or worsen, notify your doctor or pharmacist promptly.