Opticrom Eye drops are non-prescription eye drops that are specially formulated to relieve and prevent seasonal allergy symptoms including itching, tearing and redness in the eye.
Store Opticrom Eye drops container at room temperature in an area that is protected from direct sunlight. Keep Opticrom Eye drops out of the reach of children. Opened bottles of Opticrom Eye drops should be discarded after four weeks of use.
Before taking Opticrom Eye drops, you may wish to talk to your doctor about any medical conditions (especially ocular conditions) and drug allergies you might have in order to ensure that it is safe for you to take this medication. If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding, let your doctor know before you start taking Opticrom Eye drops.
Wearing contact lenses during Opticrom Eye drops treatment is not recommended.
When taking Opticrom Eye drops, follow the packaging directions. If the packaging instructions are difficult to understand, contact a healthcare provider for clarification before using Opticrom Eye drops for clarification. When applying Opticrom Eye drops, ensure that the tip of the bottle does not come into contact with any other substances, including the surface of your eye. If the bottle tip comes into contact with anything, or has floating particles in it, your eye drops may be contaminated and should not be used before you speak with a doctor about it.
Do not take Opticrom Eye drops if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in this medication. Opticrom Eye drops should not be administered to children under the age of five.
Other than allergic reaction and mild burning or stinging in the eye, no serious side effects have been associated with this medication. If you suspect that you are experiencing a side effect other than those listed here, notify your doctor immediately.