FAQs ABOUT UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS
Is UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS a steroid?
No, UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS is not a steroid, it is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used to treat postoperative inflammation and reduction of postoperative eye pain in patients who have undergone cataract surgery.
What happens if I stop using UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS on my own?
Do not stop using UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS unless recommended by the doctor. In rare cases there might be a flare-up of the inflammatory response (retina swelling) on withdrawal. Always, follow the advice of the doctor to achieve better results.
Does UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS increase the risk of bleeding?
Yes, UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS can make it difficult for the body to form blood clots, increasing the risk of bleeding. The risk is higher in people who have bleeding disorders like haemophilia. Inform your doctor about your medical history before using it.
How does UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS work?
UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS effectively blocks synthesis of certain substances involved in causing inflammation (prostaglandin). Hence reducing the pain and inflammation after the patient has undergone cataract surgery.
Can UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS be used during pregnancy?
UNIBROM LS EYE DROPS should not be used during the last three months of pregnancy. Your doctor may prescribe this medicine during pregnancy only if considered clearly necessary. Consult your doctor before using it.