Cendo Timol Eye Drops 0.5%?
Good afternoon, I went to the ophthalmologist for my eye minus check, then the doctor gave me cendo timol eye drops, I was looking for information on google eye drops for glaucoma, what does the tetea medicine do?
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Minus eye, also known as myopi, is a condition in which the eye is unable to see objects in a far distance where normal people can see these objects. Minus eye can be corrected by using minus lens glasses and the size depends on how severe the minus eye occurs. The correction is also carried out by measuring the lens that best suits the eye experiencing the minus and choosing the most comfortable and most suitable lens for optimal vision.
Minus eye should be corrected by wearing glasses or by contact lenses. If the correction is not done it causes the eye to force it to see the object which can lead to complications. Complications from minus eye are causing headaches and dizziness. In some cases it can cause cataracts and glaucoma. Glaucoma is a condition where there is increased pressure on the eye wall and eyeball. Symptoms of glaucoma are stinging eyes, reddened eyes, nausea, headaches, foggy eyes and even blindness.
The eye drops given to you are for the prevention of the condition glaucoma. of course the doctor who has examined your eye condition has done a detailed examination and the administration of the drug is certainly based on indications of the medical condition you have. If you still feel that this condition does not exist, then you should consult your doctor again about the therapy you are taking and the next therapy plan.
That's all I can say, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Tiwi