Dfrot Eye Drops 5 Ml
Difluprednate is given for the treatment of severe allergic reactions, allergic disorders, and eye disorders.
How does the drug work?
Difluprednate is a corticosteroid drug which acts by inhibiting the chemical substances responsible for inflammation and pain.
What are the common side effect?
The common side effects of difluprednate are dry and watery eyes, itching and burning sensation in the eyes, increased sensitivity of eyes to sunlight, blurred vision, a feeling like something is present in the eyes and mild headache.
• Avoid the Dfrot eye drops if a previous allergic reaction was seen with the use of difluprednate.
• People with glaucoma and infections (especially in the eyes), should not use the Dfrot eye medicine.
• Do not wear contact lenses for about 10-15 minutes after putting the Dfrot drops in the eyes.
• Do not touch the tip of the dropper to any surfaces as it can lead to contamination.
• Use the exact Dfrot eye drops dosage as directed by the physician.
1. Will I have relief from eye pain and inflammation with difluprednate? Yes. Difluprednate is effective in relieving the eye pain and inflammation.
2. What is the dose of difluprednate? Initially, the dose is about 4 times a day for about 2 weeks. Later it is decreased to 2 times per day for one more week.
3. Can I drive after using the difluprednate drops? It is advisable to avoid driving after instilling the difluprednate drops. This is because of the chances of blurred vision with the drug.
4. What if I forget a dose of difluprednate drops? Do not worry. Use the missed dose immediately as you remember but if it is nearly time for the next scheduled dose, then leave the missed dose. Do not take a double dose for the forgotten dose.
5. How to store the difluprednate drops? Store the difluprednate drops at room temperature, away from light, moisture, and heat. Do not freeze the drops. Keep them out of reach from children.