FAQs ABOUT T BET PF EYE DROPS
Can T BET PF EYE DROPS be used to treat high blood pressure?
No, T BET PF EYE DROPS is only used to reduce increased pressure in the eye. Although timolol is a beta-blocker medicine, when given as an ophthalmic solution (eye drops), it helps in reducing only the elevated intraocular pressure in the eye. However, if you have an elevated blood pressure, contact your doctor for a suitable antihypertensive medicine. Avoid concomitant use of T BET PF EYE DROPS with other antihypertensive medicine or beta-blockers on your own without consulting your doctor.
Can T BET PF EYE DROPS cause bradycardia (slow heartbeat)?
Yes, T BET PF EYE DROPS can cause decrease in heartbeat in some individuals, although not everybody gets them. Contact your doctor if you are experiencing any unusual symptoms such as breathing difficulty or abnormal heart rhythm etc. Before using T BET PF EYE DROPS inform your doctor about previous medical history related to heart.
Can T BET PF EYE DROPS cause hair loss?
T BET PF EYE DROPS has increased ability to alter the pattern of a normal hair growth cycle. Although excessive hair growth and abnormal growth of eye lashes are more prevalent among patients, it can also cause hair loss (alopecia) in some individuals. Contact your doctor before using T BET PF EYE DROPS.
Can T BET PF EYE DROPS cause headache?
Yes, T BET PF EYE DROPS can cause headache in some individuals. Rest and relax. Try to drink lot of fluids such as water or electrolytes. Apply a pain-relieving balm on the forehead if required. Do not consume too much of alcohol. Consult your doctor if the symptom did not improve.
Can I stop using T BET PF EYE DROPS once my symptoms subside?
No. do not stop using T BET PF EYE DROPS unless your doctor tells you to do so, because pre-mature discontinuation of T BET PF EYE DROPS can increase the risk of other eye problems (including reduced vision or complete blindness). Therefore, continue to use T BET PF EYE DROPS as long as your doctor prescribes you to achieve better control of elevated pressure within the eye.