Cyclomune Eye Drop is used & prescribed globally for the patient who has undergone organ transplant surgery, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Psoriasis. Cyclosporine Drops works by decreasing inflammation in the eye to allow for tear production. It keeps eyes lubricated & reduces comfort.
How to use Cyclomune Eye Drop?
Wash your hand & eyes before using Cyclosporine Drops. Make sure that you remove the contact lenses before applying this medication & wait for at least 15 minutes before applying them back. It can take some weeks before you notice an improvement in your dry eyes. Keep it taking as prescribed. Take Cyclomune Eye Drop daily at a fixed time as it increases the effectiveness of the tablet. If you have forgotten a dose, then apply it as soon as possible, or if it is time for the later dose, then skip this one.
Side effects of Cyclomune Eye Drop
There are some side effects of this eye drop like Blurred vision, Decrease in blood cell count, Tremors, Headache, Nausea and Vomiting, Skin rash, Fever and chills, Abdominal discomfort.
I've been taking cyclosporine for more than 6 years.
review by Kate on 1/16/2020
I've been taking cyclosporine for more than 6 years. My present portion is 200 mg/day. I have an immune system illness called TTP and this prescription keeps me going away with no observable symptoms.