Indication Lacryvisc gel is symptomatic treatment for dry eyes. How to take Lacryvisc How to use Local use. EYE USE. Dosage Wash hands well before use. Put one eye drop into the eye whilst looking upwards and lightly pulling the inside eyelid downwards. Close eyes so the gel spreads out across the whole surface of the eye. Do not touch the eye with the end piece. Close the tube after use. Frequency of dose 2-4 applications during the day when you feel the irritations (dryness, burning, itching). Length of treatment/strong> If symptoms persist or worsen, consult an ophthalmologist. Composition Active Ingredient: Carbomer 974P: 0.300 g Per 100g of ophthalmic gel. Other ingredients: Benzalkonium chloride, sorbitol, sodium hydroxide, purified water. Formatt This drug is in the form of an ophthalmic gel. 5 g, 10 g or 15 g tube with nozzle. Precautions for use Special warnings: - Do not inject, do not swallow - In case symptoms persist, consult your doctor. - Wait 15 minutes in between different eyewash symptoms - It contains a preservative; benzalkonium chloride - Avoid eye contact with the nozzle - Close the tube after use - Due to the benzalkonium content, this drug can cause irritations in the eyes Avoid contact with contact lenses. Take the contact lenses out before using and wait 15 minutes before putting them back in. The benzalkonium chloride can stain contact lenses. Precautions for use In case symptoms persist, consult your doctor. Interactions with other drugs Taking other drugs Wait 15 minutes in between different eyewash symptoms Use ointments and gels last. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you take or have recently taken any other drug, including any non-prescription drugs. Contraindications Do not use LACRYVISC gel: · If you are allergic (very sensitive) to carbomer 974P or one of its components contained in Lacryvisc. IF IN DOUBT IT IS ADVISABLE TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR OR PHARMACIST FOR ADVICE. Pregnancy and breast feeding This can be taken during pregnancy as well as during breast feeding. Consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking any drugs. Driving and use of machinery Temporary blurred vision after using and some stinging. Wait until symptoms have disappeared before driving or using machinery.