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Betoptic is an innovative medication that belongs to a group of beta-blockers and is potent to reduce pressure inside the eye. The active component of the remedy, Betaxolol, produces a powerful impact on the condition, helping a patient to improve related disorders, especially open-angle glaucoma. Additionally, Betoptic may be administered for other instances, not listed in the safety guide.
Betoptic should be administered as prescribed by the doctor. Thus, consult your healthcare provider before the medication intake to get inevitable instructions and safety directions. The treatment should not be used in higher or lower doses in order to prevent possible misuse with its dangerous consequences. The eye drops should be applied accurately, with hands being previously washed. Ask your healthcare specialist about proper medication applications if you are using it for the first time. The drug should be applied on a regular basis. To improve the condition and experience the desirable relief, you need to use the treatment every day for a full length of prescribed therapy. You should inform your doctor about any eye infection or injury you have before using Betoptic. The medication should never be passed to other patients without doctor’s permission. Otherwise, the patient may misuse the treatment and suffer from related reactions.
Consult your physician primarily to the beginning of the therapy. Make sure the treatment course is safe in your case and will trigger only positive reactions and desirable effects. The active ingredients of Betoptic may interact with certain medical conditions leading to decreased effect of the treatment or even side effects stimulation. Do not apply the medication if you are sensitive to Betaxolol or other components. Additionally, patients who are pregnant and breastfeeding should not take the remedy for their safety. Additionally, patients, who are affected by slow heartbeats, serious chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma and related conditions are contraindicated for Betoptic intake.
Besides, inform the healthcare professional about other illnesses and health impairments you have, especially diabetes, congestive heart failure, thyroid disorders, breathing issues, muscle problems and others.
The innovative formula of open-angle glaucoma treatment contains ingredients that may interact with other prescription and non-prescription drugs, causing significant side effects and launching undesirable reactions. Inform your physician about all the pharmaceutical products and supplements, as well as vitamins and minerals you are currently taking to eliminate possible adverse reactions. Avoid combining Betoptic with Reserpine, oral Betaxolol, calcium channel blockers, oral diabetes drugs, Digoxin, other beta-blockers, medications to improve psychiatric disorders, etc.
Contact your doctor the moment you have noticed any abnormalities after Betoptic application. Among the most frequently occurring side effects are burning, pain, redness, swelling and discomfort around the eye and in it, crusting, oozing and drainage of the eye and the eyelid, decrease heart rate, fainting, weak pulse, breathing impairments, sudden weight gain, bronchospasms and others. Seek emergency medical assistance in case you have got the symptoms of allergic reactions.
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