Maxitrol Eye Drops contain a steroid, dexamethasone, which is an anti-infection agent and is present in Maxitrol to reduce ocular inflammation. But in some circumstances this medicine may not be suitable for you, fungal and viral infection for instance, which means Maxitrol can be used only when you are bacterial infected. Pregnant women and mothers who are breastfeeding their children are not suitable either. And you must be certain Maxitrol eye drops and other drugs cannot be used simultaneously without your oculist’s permission.
Just like other eye drops, the way of putting Maxitrol to your eyes is very easy. By following the steps you will use Maxitrol correctly. First make sure the eye drops are mixed, then get your head tilted back, place your finger below your lower eyelid and pull your lower eyelid gently away from the surface of your eye, and finally apply 1 drop into the space between your eyelid and eye. If you forget to drop the medicine, just apply a drop when you remember it. If you use too much of this medicine, it can be washed out of your eye with water. If this medicine is accidentally swallowed, it is not likely to cause any serious problems.
Maxitrol is not known to have severe minus effects and is very safe to use. But you may experience some sensations like burning, stinging and inflammation. And increased pressure in your eye may result in blurring of vision, which is not good for you when you are driving or working on a machine.
Maxitrol eye drops are not only safe and easy to use, but effective and affordable. Go to your oculist before you use this medicine, and don’t hesitate to ask for advice from your ophthalmologist or pharmacist when encountering problems.
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