9 PM 0.005% Eye Drop (Latanoprost)
US$ 17 – US$ 100
9 PM Eye Drop is Eye Care medication contains Latanoprost/Benzalkonium Chloride. It is an analog to prostaglandin. Latanoprost Benzalkonium Eye Drop is prescribed for increased eye pressure & open-angle glaucoma, which may lead to a gradual loss of vision.
2.5 ml in a bottle
12-18 Working Days
9 PM Eye Drop is a prostaglandin along that is used & prescribed by the doctor for treatment of increased fluid pressure in the eyes. Latanoprost Benzalkonium Eye Drop is quite sufficient to treat open-angle glaucoma, a progressive condition that may eventually lead to vision loss. It is not prescribed for the patient who is below 18 years of age.
How to Use 9 PM Eye Drop?
Take Latanoprost Benzalkonium Eye Drop as per the dose & dosage advised by your doctor. Use 9 PM Eye Drop daily at a fixed time to get the best result out of this medicine. Don’t stop using these eye drop on your own as it can result in an excessive rise in eye pressure & can damage your eyesight. Make sure you remove the contact lenses before applying for Eye Drop & put them back after 15 minutes after administration of this medicine.
Every medicine has a few side effects; the same is the case with Latanoprost Benzalkonium Eye Drop which are Redness of the eye, swelling of eyelids, Blurred vision, Darkening of eyelid skin color, Eye pain, Eye irritation.
How often should I use Latanoprost Benzalkonium Eye Drop?
The frequency of use of Eye Drop will depend on the specific medication and the severity of your eye condition. It is important to follow the instructions provided by your doctor or pharmacist, as overuse can lead to unwanted side effects.
Can I use Latanoprost Benzalkonium Eye Drop while wearing contact lenses?
Some types of Eye Drop are safe to use while wearing contact lenses, while others are not. It is important to check with your doctor or pharmacist before using any eye drops while wearing contact lenses.