FAQs ABOUT TRIOCYL EYE DROPS
Can I use TRIOCYL EYE DROPS without doctor’s prescription?
No, TRIOCYL EYE DROPS should be used only by a registered medical practitioner for eye examination. Consult your doctor for advice.
I am unable to see objects or drive my vehicle after being treated with TRIOCYL EYE DROPS, will I get back my vision?
It is completely normal to have blurred vision after being administered with TRIOCYL EYE DROPS. It is because of the dilation of the pupil make us difficult to see objects. It will be resolved once the effect of TRIOCYL EYE DROPS is over.
How does TRIOCYL EYE DROPS work?
TRIOCYL EYE DROPS works by dilating the pupils in the eye. Phenylephrine is an alpha-1 adrenergic receptor which produces dilation effects (mydriasis) by narrowing the blood vessels and muscles present in the eye. Tropicamide is an anticholinergic preparation that blocks the stops the narrowing of the smooth muscles of eye causing dilation of pupil (mydriasis). Thus, both medicines react by producing mydriatic effect necessary for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.
What should I do if my child accidentally consumed TRIOCYL EYE DROPS?
If you or anyone else accidentally took more of TRIOCYL EYE DROPS, consult your doctor immediately or visit the nearby hospital. Symptoms of overdose include flushing dryness of the skin, rash, blurred vision, irregular pulse, fever, abdominal swelling in infants, convulsions, hallucinations, loss co-ordination, headache, anxiety, nausea, vomiting and irregular heartbeat.
Can I use TRIOCYL EYE DROPS while wearing contact lenses?
No, do not use TRIOCYL EYE DROPS while wearing contact lenses. You should inform your health care professional about the contact lense and it has to be removed before administering TRIOCYL EYE DROPS.
Can I use TRIOCYL EYE DROPS for eye infections?
No, it is not intended to treat infections and used only to produce mydriasis (pupil dilation) for eye examination.