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What is Combigan?
Combigan (brimonidine tartrate & timolol maleate) is an ophthalmic solution that reduces elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) among patients with glaucoma or ocular hypertension. This medication is a combination of alpha-adrenergic receptor agonist and beta-adrenergic receptor inhibitor. It has a rapid onset of action that produces ocular hypotensive effects by reducing aqueous humor production and increasing uveoscleral flow. By lowering high pressure inside the eye, these eye drops could prevent blindness.
This drug is available in Combigan 2 mg/5 mg per ml.
Directions in using Combigan
Initially, read the medication leaflet that comes with Combigan ophthalmic solution. Make sure to read each section and the instructions printed in the guide provided. If you have additional questions on this drug or how it is used, you may ask your physician or pharmacist.
You must use this medication regularly and at evenly spaced intervals to achieve full benefits. Make a medication schedule to avoid missing a dose. If you are prescribed with other eye medications, wait for at least 10 to 15 minutes before applying other medications. Note that eye drops should be administered before eye ointments.
Step by step guide in using Combigan eye drops:
Wash and dry your hands before each application to prevent contamination or infection.
Tilt your head slightly backward. Gently pull your lower eyelid and then lookup.
Put the dropper directly above your eye but make sure that the tip of the dropper will not touch the eye. Press the eye drop bottle to release one drop.
Look down and close your eyes slowly. Do not open your eyes for 1 or 2 minutes, Press the inner corner of your eye to prevent the medication from draining, Do not blink, squint, or rub your eye until the solution has been absorbed.
What are the side effects of Combigan?
Common side effects of Combigan:
- Temporary blurred vision
- Mild itching or stinging in the eye
- Puffy eyes
Severe side effects of Combigan
- Eye pain
- Eye discharge
- Eye swelling
- Vision changes
- Eye sensitivity to light
- Irregular heartbeat
- Muscle weakness
- Mood changes
- Chest pain
- Shortness of breath
Most people using this medication experience minimal to no side effects. Even so, once you experience worsening or severe adverse effects, contact your healthcare provider or physician right away.
Warnings and Precautions when using Combigan
Stay alert for possible allergic reactions when using Combigan. Avoid this eye medication if you have a known allergy to brimonidine, timolol, apraclonidine, or any inactive ingredients this eye drops may contain. Severe allergic reaction to Combigan is rare. However, seek emergency help immediately once you experience swelling of the face and neck, skin rash, hives, severe dizziness, and breathing difficulty.
It is necessary to tell your doctor your medical history, especially that of irregular heartbeats, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, orthostatic hypotension, muscle weakness disorder (such as myasthenia gravis), blood vessel disease, and heart failure. Some medical conditions and drug interactions may affect how you respond to this medication eye drops.
Among the side effects of Combigan are drowsiness, dizziness, and headache. Limit alcoholic beverages and the likes when using these eye drops. In addition, practice extreme caution when doing activities that require clear vision and alertness, such as driving and the use of machinery.
For pregnant women, this medication should only be used if needed. If breastfeeding, this medication could pass into the breastmilk but is unlikely to cause harm to a breastfed infant. Consult your physician before using this drug.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How long should I use Combigan?
You should use Combigan depending on how long your doctor prescribes.
How often should I use Combigan?
Combigan is usually administered twice a day, 12 hours apart. However, the exact dosage and frequency would still depend on your physician.
How should I apply Combigan if I am wearing contact lenses?
Remove your contact lenses before applying Combigan. You may put your contact lenses back on 15 minutes after applying this eye medication.
How long could I use each Combigan eye drops bottle?
You could use your Combigan within 4 weeks after you opened the bottle.
How much does Combigan cost?
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Brimonidine Tartrate/Timolol Maleate
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