FAQs ABOUT NATAMET
Can the use of NATAMET cause blurred vision?
Yes. NATAMET may cause blurred vision after application. If your vision becomes blurred, close your eyes for some time and rest. Do not strain your eyes by looking at mobile phones, laptops, or television. Avoid driving or operating any heavy tools or machines while your vision is blurred. Consult your doctor if you experience blurred vision for a prolonged period.
Can I use other eye medicines while using NATAMET?
Yes. You can use other eye medicines while undergoing therapy with NATAMET. But make sure to leave a time gap of at least 5 minutes before applying other eye drops or ointment. Always apply eye ointment after using eye drops.
How to use NATAMET?
Use NATAMET as advised by your physician. It is for ophthalmic use only. Instil a few drops of the medicine into the affected eye(s). Close your eyes and press the corner of your eye with your finger for a minute. Repeat the same for the other eye if required.
What is the use of NATAMET?
NATAMET is a prescription medicine used to treat fungal infections of the eye.
How long does it take for [GBNKRYWORD] to work?
Your doctor will decide the correct dose and duration of therapy for you depending upon your age, body weight and severity of the infection. However, do not use NATAMET for more than 7-10 days without consulting your doctor.
What are the side effects of NATAMET?
NATAMET is generally safe and well tolerated. It may cause eye pain, discomfort or irritation, blurred vision, or increased tear production which is usually mild and lasts only for a few minutes after application. However, consult your doctor if they trouble you.
Can I use NATAMET while wearing contact lenses?
No. Avoid wearing contact lenses while undergoing therapy for fungal eye infections.
Can I stop using NATAMET without consulting my doctor?
Do not stop using NATAMET without consulting your doctor, as the infection may increase once again and become uncontrollable. If you think that you are feeling better or if you wish to stop using NATAMET, contact your doctor for advice.
Can I drive or ride a bike after using NATAMET?
Do not drive if you experience blurred vision after using NATAMET.
What if I miss a dose of NATAMET?
If you missed a dose of NATAMET, apply it as soon as you remember. However, if it is time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and use the regular dose. Do not use a double dose of NATAMET to compensate for the missed dose.
How NATAMET works?
NATAMET effectively controls fungal infections within the eye. It binds to the fungal cell wall and disrupts the fungal cell membrane by blocking the production of certain chemicals (ergosterol) within the cell that is required for its survival. As a result, it stops the fungal cell from multiplication, thereby preventing the further spread of infection.