Ns Aid 5 ml Eye drop
|Generic Name||Diclofenac Sodium|
|Manufacturer||Matrix Pharmaceuticals, India|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Bottle/s||US$ 4.00||US$ 4.00|
|3 Bottle/s||US$ 2.33||US$ 7.0042%US$ 12.00|
|6 Bottle/s||US$ 1.75||US$ 10.5056%US$ 24.00|
NS-AID 5 ml Eye Drop is prescribed mainly to relieve the pain and swelling of the eyes. The pain and swelling might be due to cataract surgery or another eye surgery to relieve the eye's pain and temporary sensitivity to light. The active ingredient Diclofenac belongs to a class of medication known as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). The medicine effectively reduces the risk of postoperative complications, such as pain and inflammation associated with cataract surgery.
Medications that may increase bleeding time, such as warfarin or other blood thinners, may interact with NS AID 5ml eye drops. Make sure Diclofenac eye drop is an appropriate treatment for you before you start using the ophthalmic solution; your doctor must be aware of the following:
— If you tend to bleed easily
— If you are suffering from an eye infection
— If you have ever had an allergic reaction to Diclofenac eye drops. It is particularly important to let your doctor know if you are allergic to an NSAID, including Ibuprofen or Naproxen, or if you previously had a bad reaction to aspirin.
The ophthalmic solution may be unsafe during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Along with their useful effects, most medicines can contribute to unwanted side effects, although not everyone experiences them. The unwanted effects of NS AID 5 ml eye drops often improve as your body adjusts to the new medication, but talk to your doctor if any side effects are troublesome. Common side effects include eye pain and eye irritation. Burning sensation and eye discomfort might also be seen in some people.
If any of these side effects stay longer, speak to your doctor. If you develop any other symptoms that you may think are due to the eye drops, talk to your doctor.
NS AID 5 ml eye drop is only for use in the eye. Before administering the solution, tilt your head slightly and pull your lower eyelid down with your finger to form a pouch. Avoid touching the tip of the dropper to your eye or any other surfaces. Squeeze the prescribed amount of eye drops into the eyes. Gently close your eyes to allow the eye drops to get into your eye. You may develop blur vision for a few minutes.
If you wear contact lenses, you should not wear them while using this medication. If you have an operation or dental treatment, tell your dentist about the medicines you take. If you purchase any other medicines, check with your health care provider if they are suitable to take with other medicines. Speak to your ophthalmologist regarding the use of eye drops in children.