Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Ocular Herpes More Condition_symptoms Viroptic- How Long Does It Take For An Ocular Herpes Infection To Go Away Using Viroptic?

Viroptic- How long does it take for an ocular herpes infection to go away using viroptic? - ocular herpes more condition_symptoms

I have the drops for 3 days now, a drop in each eye every two hours, which recommended the doctor, but the itching and redness, does not disappear. Is it something else, and why not work tha'ts drops or give me enough time?

3 comments:

Mary L said...

Use this medication in the eye (s) as indicated. To re-infection with the treatment prescribed, even if the eye prevent Finish appears normal. You do not drive, so for more than the prescribed dose used. Apply eye drops into the affected eye (s) as follows: Wash hands. To avoid contamination, careful not to touch the dropper or touching the eye or any other surface. Tilt your head back, gaze upward and pull down the lower eyelid to make a pocket. Location pipette directly over eye and administer the prescribed number of drops. Look downward and gently close your eyes for 1 to 2 minutes. Put a finger on the corner of my eye near the nose and press gently. This will prevent the medication flows from the eye. Try not to blink and rub your eyes. Do not rinse the pipette. Replace cap after use. If you have another kind of eye drop, wait at least five minutes before applying other medications.
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Mary L said...

Use this medication in the eye (s) as indicated. To re-infection with the treatment prescribed, even if the eye prevent Finish appears normal. You do not drive, so for more than the prescribed dose used. Apply eye drops into the affected eye (s) as follows: Wash hands. To avoid contamination, careful not to touch the dropper or touching the eye or any other surface. Tilt your head back, gaze upward and pull down the lower eyelid to make a pocket. Location pipette directly over eye and administer the prescribed number of drops. Look downward and gently close your eyes for 1 to 2 minutes. Put a finger on the corner of my eye near the nose and press gently. This will prevent the medication flows from the eye. Try not to blink and rub your eyes. Do not rinse the pipette. Replace cap after use. If you have another kind of eye drop, wait at least five minutes before applying other medications.
http://www.patientassistance.com/B8245-v ...

Lisa S said...

You should ask your doctor as soon as possible. Ocular herpes is serious and can scar the cornea, which lead to blindness. If you do not see the progress of Viroptic, you may need another antiviral such as acyclovir. Or you could have a secondary bacterial infection that needs antibiotics. If your doctor is not available, go much care. Make sure you know the triage nurse that you have ocular herpes and not just pink eye.
Do not use Visine. If you need a little comfort, place a towel soaked in cold or warm water (feels better) on the eyes. Sunglasses outdoors. And go to the doctor!

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