Introduction Of Careprost 3ml Eyedrop
Careprost eye drop is a drug that contains Bimatoprost that is part of the class of medications called prostanoids.
It is a glaucoma treatment that is designed to decrease high pressure in the eyes. It can be used on its own or in combination with beta-blockers that can also lower pressure.
Eyes are made up of a clear, fluid that flows through the eye’s interior. The liquid is often drained from the eye, and a new one is created to replace it.
If the liquid can’t drain quickly then the pressure inside the eye rises up. Take off the contact lenses prior to applying for the medicine.
Use careprost medication only according to the prescription your doctor has given you. This medication should only be applied to the eyes.
This medication can cause the eyelashes to darken and expand, and the skin around your eyelids to darken also. The color of your iris can change as time passes.
The changes could last for a long time. Consult your doctor for advice. This should not be used for infants or adolescents who are younger than 18 years.
Uses of Careprost Eye Drops 3 ml
Glaucoma, Ocular hypertension (increased eye pressure)
How Careprost works
The careprost drug increases the volume of liquid that drains and reduces pressure within the eye.
If the pressure inside your eye is not decreased it may result in a condition called Glaucoma that can ultimately damage the sight of your eyes.
It lowers the intraocular pressure (IOP) in humans by causing an increase in the outflow of the aqueous humor through the trabecular meshwork as well as the uveoscleral pathways.
Directions for use
Use this medicine only according to the prescription your doctor has given you. The medicine is only used on the eyes.
The dosage is recommended to be one drop every evening at least once a day within each eye.
It is not recommended to apply more than one time per day because the effectiveness of treatment might be decreased.
Other Eyecare Drops
Careprost 3ml Eye Drop (With Brush)
Careprost Eye Drops 3ml contains Bimatoprost a prostaglandin analog. It is a method of stimulating the production of the aqueous humor (fluid inside the eye) and decreasing pressure in the eye.
The increased pressure could cause a condition known as Glaucoma. When the pressure gets excessive it can cause loss of vision.
Careprost Eye Drops 3ml should only be applied to the eye that is infected and any contact with normal eyes should be avoided.
Side effects of Careprost
- Eyelashes that are longer, slight itching, and redness in the eye
- Allergy reaction
- Dry eyes, burning
- Eye pain, tears, or irritation
How to manage side effects
Eyes that are itchy
Cleanse your eyes using the preservative-free solution of saline water, or apply a cold moist washcloth. Don’t apply pressure to your eyes frequently.
Feeling sick (nausea) or indigestion
Keep your meals simple and don’t eat a lot of rich or spicy meals.
Drowsiness or dizziness
Move around and get up to get more active, and take tiny naps to ease off the fatigue. Take a break from your eyes to avoid fatigue, and eat nutritious food to increase your level of energy.
Keep it in a cool and dry area away from direct sunlight. Maintain temperatures between 20 and 25 degrees and away from children’s reach.