Optrex Infected Eye Drops 0.5 % (FRIDGE)

£9.49

  • Used To Treat Acute Bacterial Conjunctivits
  • Active Ingredient: Chloramphenicol
  • Next Day Delivery Available At Checkout

Optrex infected eye ointment is used to treat acute bacterial conjunctivits.

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Optrex Infected Eye Drops

Optrex Infected Eye Drops contains the active ingredient Chloramphenicol and is used in both adults and children to treat acute bacterial conjunctivitis, which is an infection of the outer surface of the eye that causes redness, discomfort and discharge from the eye.

You may be suffering from conjunctivitis and benefit from using Optrex Infected Eye Drops if your eyes are:

  • Have Pus that sticks to lashes
  • Burn or feel gritty
  • Bloodshot
  • Watery
  • Itchy
  • Sore

There are other things you can do at home to help ease your symptoms; these include:

  • Washing your hands often to stop the spread of the infection
  • Holding a cold flannel over your eyes for a few minutes
  • Gently rubbing your eyelashes to remove the crusts

See more information on conjunctivitis on the NHS website.

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Whether you buy your Optrex Infected Eye Drops Tesco or anywhere else and regardless of the Optrex Infected Eye Drops Reviews that you may read, you should always make sure you obtain it from a registered and trusted pharmacy.

Any online pharmacy should be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council and any online doctor service should registered with the Care Quality Commission and General Medical Council.

If you are ever unsure you should contact the company for proof.

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Optrex Infected Eyes Eye Drops are usually safe for everyone to use, but there are a small number of people who should not use them.

Do not use Optrex Infected Eyes Eye Drops if you:

  • Have ever had problems with your blood
  • Have bone-marrow depression
  • Your eyesight is affected
  • You have pain within the eye
  • Your eye has suffered a blow or other injury
  • Your eye is inflamed and you have a rash on the scalp or face
  • The pupil of your eye looks unusual or your eye looks cloudy
  • Your eyes are sensitive to light
  • You have a foreign body in your eye that has not been removed
  • You have recently had an eye infection
  • You suffer from or have ever suffered from glaucoma or dry eye syndrome
  • You wear contact lenses
  • You have had eye surgery or laser treatment in the last 6 months

If any of the above apply to you, you should speak to a healthcare professional such as a pharmacist who can recommended a more appropriate treatment.

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Just like any, Optrex Infected Eye Drops Amazon should be stored correctly, so that when you need to use them, they are safe to do so.

You should store Optrex Infected Eyes Eye Drops:

  • Replace the cap securely after use
  • Out of the sight and reach of children
  • Do not use after the use by date
  • Discard of within 28 days of opening
  • Store at 2°C to 8° (fridge)

Returning any unused Optrex Infected Eyes Eye Drops to your local pharmacy for safe disposal can help protect both the public and the environment.

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You should follow the Optrex Infected Eye Drops Pil instructions on how to use this eye treatment at all times, by following the Optrex Infected Eye Drops Pil instructions carefully you will minimise the risk of any undesirable side effects and your infection should clear up effectively.

How to use Optrex Infected Eye Drops:

  1. Check the seal is not broken before first use
  2. Wash and dry your hands
  3. Remove the plastic cap
  4. Tilt your head back while seated
  5. Gently pull the lower eyelid downwards and look up
  6. Place the tip of the bottle close to your eye
  7. Squeeze the bottle and let one drop fall into the space between the lower eyelid and the eye
  8. Take care that the tip of the bottle does not touch your eye or your fingers
  9. Close your eye for a moment
  10. When both eyes are to be treated
  11. Repeat for the other eye
  12. Replace the cap straight away

If your symptoms worse or do not improve, you should make an appointment to see your GP or practice nurse.

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Whether you buy your Optrex Infected Eye Drops from Superdrug or from any other store, there will always be a risk of side effects occurring but that does not mean everybody will.

You should stop using these drops and contact your doctor immediately, if you suffer from anu signs of an allergic reaction such as:

  • Itching
  • Rashes
  • Fever
  • Swelling
  • Hives
  • Wheezing
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Systemic inflammatory reactions

See a full list of side effects here in the Optrex Infected Eye Drops Pil (Patient Information Leaflet).

Optrex Infected Eye Drops For Styes

Can you use Optrex Infected Eye Drops For Styes? The active ingredient chloramphenicol that is contained in Optrex Infected Eyes has been used to effectively treat styes, before using it for this purpose you should have been seen by a healthcare professional who advised its use. Sometimes styes can be confused for more serious eye infections that may need a stronger tablet from antibiotic instead.

If you can help with any questions relating to Optrex Infected Eye Drops For Styes please feel free to contact us.

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Just like Optrex Eye Drops from My Pharmacy, Optrex Eye Drops from Asda all have the same recommended dose.

The recommended dose for adults and children over 2 years:

  • Apply one drop to the affected eye(s) every 2 hours for the first two days and every 4 hours thereafter

 You should use the treatment for a total of 5 days, speak you your doctor if your eye condition has not at all improved after 48 hours.

Optrex Infected Eye Drops Ingredients

Before using this treatment, you should check the Optrex Infected Eye Drops Ingredients, to make sure you are not sensitive to any of them.

The active Optrex Infected Eye Drops Ingredients:

  • Chloramphenicol

The other Optrex Infected Eye Drops Ingredients:

  • Purified water, boric acid, borax and phenylmercuric nitrate

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Here at My Pharmacy, we offer a wide range of Optrex Infected Eye Drops Over Counter alternatives and other eye care treatments, some Optrex Infected Eye Drops Over Counter alternatives include:

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Side Effects

Transient burning or stinging sensations may occur. More serious side effects include bone marrow depression and rarely aplastic anaemia, angioneurotic oedema, anaphylaxis, urticaria, fever, vesicular and maculopapular dermatitis have been reported and are causes for discontinuation.

Further Information

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