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Siccafluid 2.5mg/g, Ophthalmic Gel - 10g drop-counter bottle
  • Siccafluid 2.5mg/g, Ophthalmic Gel - 10g drop-counter bottle

Siccafluid 2.5mg/g, Ophthalmic Gel - 10g drop-counter bottle

€3.65

This ophthalmic gel relieves symptoms of dry eyes (painful, burning, irritation) caused by insufficient tear production.

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Therapeutic Indications: This ophthalmic gel relieves symptoms of dry eyes (painful, burning, irritation) caused by insufficient tear production. Contraindications: Do not use SICCAFLUID 2.5mg/g ophthalmic gel: · If you are allergic (very sensitive) to carbomer or one of its components contained in Siccafluid. Cautions: Be careful when using SICCAFLUID 2.5mg/g ophthalmic gel: - if you wear contact lenses: you must take them out before using the gel. After using SICCAFLUID, wait 30 minutes before putting the contact lenses back in. - if symptoms worsen or persist after treatment: Consult your doctor. DO NOT INJECT. DO NOT SWALLOW. Children and adolescents up to the age of 18: The safety and efficacy of SICCAFLUID 2.5 mg / g, ophthalmic gel at the recommended dosage in adults has been established by clinical experience, but no clinical study data are available. Interaction with other drugs: Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you take or have taken another drug, even if it was not a prescription drug. If you use another ophthalmic medication while taking SICCAFLUID: first apply the other ophthalmic medication, wait 15 minutes, then use SICCAFLUID. Pregnancy and breast feeding: If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, seek medical advice before using SICCAFLUID 2.5mg/g ophthalmic gel. The doctor will decide if you can use it or not. Driving and use of machinery: Temporary blurred vision just after application. Wait until vision is back to normal before driving or using machinery. Dosage and how to use: If you have been prescribed SICCAFLUID, always stick to the prescribed doses given by your doctor. IF IN DOUBT CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR OR PHARMACIST. Normal dose is: 1 drop in each infected eye, up to 4 times per day. Children and adolescents up to the age of 18: The safety and efficacy of SICCAFLUID 2.5 mg / g, ophthalmic gel at the recommended dosage in adults has been established by clinical experience, but no clinical study data are available. How to use Do not use the vial if the security tag has been damaged before opening. Wash your hands before opening the bottle. Tilt your head backwards and look up. Symptoms and instructions in case of overdose: Putting more drops in the eyes does not cause any danger. Side effects: Like all drugs SICCAFLUID can cause side effects (this will not affect everyone). Consult your doctor if: - your symptoms worsen or persist after a few days of treatment If one of these side effects appears just after application, speak to your doctor if you are worried: - temporary blurred vision - stinging or burning feeling (temporary and light). The side effects mentioned above are quite common but the number of people to get them varies. If you notice side effects that are not mentioned here, or if certain side effects become more severe, please consult your doctor or pharmacist. Composition: Active Ingredient: Carbomer 974P: 2.5 mg/g Other ingredients: Benzalkonium chloride, sorbitol, lysine monohydrate, sodium acetate, polyvinylic alcohol, water.

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