Dorzox T Eye Drop (Dorzolamide/Timolol)

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US$ 14US$ 81

Buy Dorzox T Eye Drop Online, which is Eye Care medication, and it contains Dorzolamide/Timolol. Dorzox T Eye Drop is advised to patients with open-angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension. Dorzolamide Timolol Eye Drop is not advised to patient below two years of age.

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Active Ingredient



Dosage Form

Eye Drop



5 ml in a bottle

Delivery Time

12-18 Working Days

SKU: RM2781 Category:


Buy Dorzox T Eye Drop Online, which is a prostaglandin along that is used & prescribed by the doctor for treatment of high fluid pressure in the eyes. Dorzolamide Timolol Eye Drop is quite sufficient to treat open-angle glaucoma, a progressive condition that may eventually lead to vision loss. Dorzox T Eye Drop is not prescribed for the patient who is below 18 years of age.

How to Use Dorzox T Eye Drop?

Take Dorzolamide Timolol Eye Drop as per the dose & dosage advised by your doctor. Use this eye drop daily at a fixed time to get the best result out of Dorzox T Eye Drop. 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 Dorzolamide Timolol Eye Drop & put them back after 15 minutes after administration of this medicine.

Side Effects of Dorzolamide Timolol Eye Drop

Every medication has some side effects the same is the case with Dorzox T Eye Drop are Redness of the eye, swelling of eyelids, Blurred vision, Darkening of eyelid skin color, Eye pain, Eye irritation.


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How does Dorzox T Eye Drop work?

It works by reducing the production of fluid in the eye and increasing the drainage of fluid from the eye. Dorzolamide is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor that decreases the production of aqueous humor, while timolol is a beta-blocker that reduces the production of fluid and lowers intraocular pressure.

1 review for Dorzox T Eye Drop (Dorzolamide/Timolol)

5.0 Rating
1-1 of 1 review
  1. Try not to like the symptoms – red-eye and eye covers, sulfate taste.

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