Olopat 0.1% (5 ml )
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|Generic For||Pataday Or Patanol|
|Manufacturer||Ajanta Pharma, India|
Olopat 0.1% (5ml) eye drops is an ophthalmic solution containing olopatadine (active ingredient) for topical administration to the eyes. Your health care specialist or ophthalmologist may prescribe this eye medication for the treatment of ocular itching associated with allergic conjunctivitis. One drop in each affected eye is enough to provide relief from the allergic reaction of the eye. The active ingredient olopatadine falls into the category of drugs known as antihistamines that are effective in treating seasonal, allergic conjunctivitis. Allergic conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the eye due to pollens that contributes itchy, watery, or red eyes as an allergic response to the pollens. Your ophthalmologist will examine your eyes and decide that Olopat eye drops are the right medication for you. Be sure to use the ophthalmic preparation under the supervision of a health care professional. Speak to obtain the most appropriate information related to the use of medicine.
If you become pregnant while using Olopat eye drops, tell your ophthalmologist immediately. Your health care professional will discuss the risk and benefits of using Olopat eye drops 0.1% during pregnancy. Let your health care professional known about the medical history of other health conditions. Your ophthalmologist should also be aware of all the medications that you use, including prescription, non-prescription, vitamins, and herbal supplements. Your health care professional will determine how long you need to use Olopatadine eye drops.
Tell your ophthalmologist if you do not feel well while using Olopat ophthalmic solution. The eye drops help most people with itching associated with allergic conjunctivitis but may have side effects in a few people. All medications have side effects; sometimes, they are serious; most of the time, they disappear as the body adjusts to the medicine. Tell your ophthalmologist if you notice eye pain, blurred vision, dry eye, increased tearing, swelling of the eyelids, red-eye, crusty eyelids, itching, and increased sensitivity to sunlight. These are the most common adverse events associated with the use of Olopatadine drops.
Carefully follow the usage instruction given by your health care professional. Usually, one drop to two drops in the affected eye twice daily is enough to provide relief from allergic conjunctivitis. If you do not remember the instructions, ask your health care specialist for help and make sure you use it correctly. If you wear contact lenses, please remove them before putting the medication into your eye. Before using the eye medication, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Shake the bottle well before use. Hold the bottle in one hand and while tilting your head back, gently pull your lower eyelid, and squeeze the bottle to release one drop into the affected eye. Do not let the tip of the bottle touch your eye. Avoid blinking and close your eye s for some time. Repeat the steps for the other affected as well your health care professional told you to do so.