Add Tears Lubricant Eye Drop is an eye lubricant or artificial tear used to relieve dry eyes. This happens because you don’t have enough tears to keep your eyes smooth. Maintaining proper eye hydration helps relieve dry eye irritation and burning sensations.
Tear Additional Lubricant Eye Drops are usually taken when needed. Use the number of drops recommended by your doctor. To avoid dilution, wait at least 510 minutes before administering other medications to the same eye. Do not use bottles whose seal has been torn before opening. Always wash your hands and do not touch the edges of the dropper. This can infect your eyes. This medicine may require long-term use and can be taken safely as long as needed.
The most common side effects of using this medicine are eye irritation (including burning and discomfort), eye pain, itching, and blurred vision. They are usually temporary and disappear over time. However, let your doctor know if they persist or worsen. Do not drive, use machinery, or engage in activities that require clear visibility until you are satisfied that you can do it safely. Talk to your doctor if your symptoms do not improve or if you are concerned about side effects.
This medicine is unlikely to affect or affect any other medicine you are taking. However, if you have had glaucoma, consult your doctor. Do not use them while wearing soft contact lenses. Talk to your doctor if your eyes get infected during use.