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Dorzox Eye Drop 2% (5 ml) Eye Drop

Dorzox Eye Drop

US$ 9.42

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SKU 345
Generic For Trusopt
Generic Name Dorzolamide
Manufacturer Cipla, India
Pack Size Qty Price Per Pill or Unit Price Cart
1 Bottle/s US$ 13.50 US$ 13.50
3 Bottle/s US$ 10.67 US$ 32.0021%US$ 40.50
6 Bottle/s US$ 9.42 US$ 56.5030%US$ 81.00
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Dorzox eye drops 2% contain Dorzolamide prescribed to lower elevated pressure in the eye and treat glaucoma. It is used alone or in combination with other medicines that help lower the pressure in the eye. High intraocular pressure or IOP (fluid pressure inside the eye) is a major risk factor for glaucoma. Dorzolamide is mainly prescribed for treating glaucoma and other causes of high IOP.

Do not use Dorzox eye drops if you have a known allergy to Dorzolamide. Also, before using this medication, inform your doctor if you are allergic to any other drugs, have liver or kidney disease, or have narrow-angle glaucoma.


Do not put any other eye drops into your eyes unless otherwise advised by your doctor. Allow at least 10 minutes between two different types of eye drops if you must use two eye drops. Dorzolamide can cause blurred vision temporarily. Be extra careful while driving or doing anything which requires a high level of vision clarity.


Before using Dorzolamide, tell your doctor about all other medicines you may be using, especially acetazolamide, methazolamide, or another pressure-reducing ophthalmic medication (brinzolamide). These medications can interact with Dorzolamide. These may not be the only drugs that can interact with Dorzolamide. There may be others. Never start a new medication without an ophthalmologist’s advice.

Some common side effects of Dorzox eye drops are blurred vision, double vision, drooping eyelids, burning or stinging in your eye, bitter or unusual taste in your mouth, dry eyes, feeling like something is in your eyes, nausea, or headache. If any side effects don’t subside after some time or deteriorate, stop using Dorzolamide and seek immediate medical help.

Some serious but rare side effects of Dorzox are swelling or redness in the eye, eye discomfort, sensitivity to light; drainage, oozing, or crusting of your eyes or eyelids; or signs of infection (fever, chills, and sore throat). These are not all the possible side effects due to Dorzolamide. There may be others. If you experience serious side effects, stop using this medication and get emergency medical attention.

The dosage should be taken as prescribed. In general, one drop of Dorzox ophthalmic solution should be used thrice daily in the affected eye. It may be used concomitantly with other topical ophthalmic solutions to lower intraocular pressure. If more than one topical product is used, the drugs should be used at least five minutes apart. Do not put Dorzolamide eye drops while you are wearing contact lenses. This medication may have a preservative ingredient that can be absorbed into the soft contact lenses. Ensure a gap of at least 15 minutes after putting the eye drops before you wear your contact lenses.

Ensure a high degree of hygiene while handling ophthalmic drops, as chances of contamination are high. Avoid touching the tip of the medication bottle or dropper and protect it from contact with any surface. Put the Dorzox drops as advised by your doctor or as mentioned in the instructions. Putting an eye drop is quite simple and doesn’t require much assistance.

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