Careprost 0.03% Eye Drop is utilized for treating visual hypertension (by draining liquid out of the eye) or expanded pressure in the eye and open-point glaucoma. It is manufactured by sun pharma laboratories Ltd. It contains Bimatoprost as active fixing. It comes as eye drops. This medication should not be utilized if you are adversely affected by any element of this Eye Drop. This medicine is included in a class of prescriptions called prostaglandin analogs.
This medicine is a prescription utilized for growing eyelashes. The active fixing, Bimatoprost Ophthalmic, does this by expanding the thickness, density, and length of the eyelashes.
This medicine also expands the measure of liquid in the eye and is entirely used to treat glaucoma. For a glaucoma treatment, the medicine should be dropped onto the eye, rather than the eyelid only when utilized for eyelash treatment.
How to use this eye drop
This prescription is for external use only. Take it in the portion and duration as prompted by your specialist. Check the label for instructions before use. Hold the dropper near the eye without contacting it. Delicately press the dropper and spot the medication inside the lower eyelid. Wipe off extra fluid.
How does this medication work?
This Eye Drop is a synthetic substance that shows the activity of normal prostaglandins to expand drainage of watery humor from the eyeballs through trabecular meshwork as well as uveoscleral tracts. This lessens intraocular weight in the eyeballs.
You should utilize this eye drops regularly for 12 to 16 weeks for maximum eyelash development and you will start to get results inside about two months. If you quit utilizing your Careprost eye drops, your eyelashes will come back to their same condition, inside half a month or months. You should keep on utilizing these eye drops daily for as long as suggested by your specialist, which might be for a while or years, as they will help keep up ordinary eye pressure only while utilizing this medicine but won’t fix glaucoma.
- Blurred Vision
- Double Vision
- Redness of the eye
- Eye swelling
- Eye color changes