Can Using Two Kinds Of Eye Drops Cause A Headache?
Can using eye drops cendo xitrol and lyteers cause headaches?
Hello Bita, thank you for asking.
The two eye drops you mentioned have medicinal properties and womb-like ingredients. In principle, eye drops work locally, so the effects they cause are local. Systemic side effects are rarely present, if any, possibly due to long-term use and in large doses, or to certain people with an accompanying illness. In eye drops that function like artificial tears, the womb is sodium ions and potassium whose contents resemble normal tears, so they do not cause side effects.
In eye drops containing the drug, the ingredients are corticosteroids, neomycin sulfate, and polymyxine sulfate. The content is anti-inflammatory and antibiotic. Common side effects are:
swelling in the eyes due to decreased fluid retention of the local immune system so that it may cause easy infections visual disorders allergic reactions to glaucoma Headaches that you feel may be due to eye disorders or causes outside the eye. Possible eye disorders are glaucoma (increased pressure in the eyeball), or eye refraction abnormalities. If you do not experience improvement in symptoms for several days, or the symptoms actually worsen, consult an eye doctor. The doctor will do a complete examination, chances are the doctor will do an examination with a slit lamp or an examination to assess eye pressure. In the meantime, limit your time staring at the electronic screen, improve the lighting of the environment when you look at the electronic screen, adjust the light on the electronic screen, do not read or look at a cell phone while in a running vehicle, and rest your eyes periodically every 20 minutes.
Thus our answer, hopefully helped. Regards.