FAQs ABOUT FLUROM
What is FLUROM used for?
FLUROM is used to treat ocular conditions such as inflammation of the eye due to injury, swelling, itching, redness, irritation, ocular trauma, conjunctivitis, and post-surgery. Consult your doctor before using FLUROM.
Can FLUROM be used in children?
FLUROM is not recommended for use in children (under 2 years of age) due to lack of safety and effectiveness. Consult child’s doctor for advice to select a suitable alternative therapy for your child.
Is FLUROM safe to use in breast-feeding women?
FLUROM is not recommended for use in breastfeeding women as safety data is not established. Consult your doctor before using FLUROM if you wish to breast-feed your baby when born prematurely.
How long should I use FLUROM?
Use FLUROM as long as advised by your doctor. Do not use FLUROM for more than one week unless your doctor advises it. Prolonged use may lead to unwanted effects such as glaucoma (damage to the optic nerve of the eye causing blurring of vision) and cataracts (cloudy eyes).
What precautions should I follow before using FLUROM?
Before using FLUROM inform your doctor if you have blurred vision or other visual disturbances, eye infection, have or have been previously treated for herpes simplex, wear soft (hydrophilic) contact lenses, also if you are pregnant or breast-feeding women.