What Medicine For Inflammation Of The Eye Must Be Finished?
Hello, recently my eye was inflamed. Then I was prescribed the medicine (hervys acyclovi, floxa and cendohyalub). After I recovered the drug is still a lot. So what should I do with the medicine?
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Various components of the eye can become inflamed, starting from the eyelid (blepharitis), conjunctiva (conjunctivitis), uvea tract (uveitis), cornea (keratitis), eyeball layer (endophthamitis, panophthalmitis), and so on. This inflammation can be a variety of possible triggers, such as allergies, foreign body entry, irritation, infection, and so on. Treatment for inflammation in the eye can also be different, depending on the originator, severity, location of inflammation, and many other factors.
If at this time your condition has been declared cured and treatment can be stopped according to the doctor, then the remaining remnants of the drug (as long as it has not expired and have not changed its characteristics) can be stored tightly in a clean, dry place, protected from direct sunlight, far from chemical objects and objects that smell pungent. Later, if you again experience complaints in your eyes that are similar to what you are experiencing now, you can check yourself back to the doctor or eye doctor, while carrying these drugs and show them to the doctor. That way, the doctor will judge whether the drug may be reused, or can be discarded because it is no longer needed.
Do not carelessly reuse these drugs without doctor's advice. Because, even though the symptoms look the same at first glance, it is not certain that the handling of this eye condition is the same.
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