FAQs ABOUT OCULACT EYE DROPS
What is OCULACT EYE DROPS used for?
OCULACT EYE DROPS contains Sodium Hyaluronate which belongs to the group of medicines called Ophthalmic Viscoelastic Agent. It is used in the treatment of mild to severe dry eyes, post-operated dry eyes and corneal burns.
For how long should I use OCULACT EYE DROPS?
Your doctor might advise you on how long you should continue using OCULACT EYE DROPS. You will need to consult your doctor from time to time to review your treatment and assess your symptoms.
What side effects are seen with OCULACT EYE DROPS?
The most common side effects of using OCULACT EYE DROPS are blurred vision, swelling of eyelids, eye redness or discomfort and irritation, increased sensitivity of eyes to light. Consult your doctor if any of the side effects worsen.
How is OCULACT EYE DROPS administered?
Use OCULACT EYE DROPS as advised by your physician. It is for ophthalmic use only. Wash your hands before and after using this medicine. For applying the medicine, tilt your head back and look up. Gently pull down the lower lid to form a sac and look up at the bottle and squeeze the bottle to place drops into the sac of your lower lid and then blink to spread the eye drop across the surface of the eye. Your doctor will decide the correct dose and duration of OCULACT EYE DROPS for you depending upon your age and severity of the condition.
How does OCULACT EYE DROPS work?
OCULACT EYE DROPS makes lubricating contents of the eye more viscous and hence the eye is provided with an intensive, soothing and moisturising film. Persistent or more severe symptoms of dry eye are relieved and the eye is protected against further irritation.