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Bimatoprost

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It does this by helping the flow of fluid out of the eye chamber.
Bimatoprost is in eye drop forms.
Bimatoprost is prescribed for purposes such as those not prescribed here in this guide.
Bimatoprost is prescribed in combination with other medicines to lower raised pressure within the eyes.
Bimatoprost is prescribed in lowering the pressure in the eye and in treating glaucoma.
Bimatoprost lowers the pressure in the eye.

Bimatoprost Drops is an eye drop that combats high pressure inside the eyeball. It is prescribed for a condition called open-angle glaucoma (a gradual increase of pressure in the eye). It is typically prescribed after other remedies have caused problems or fail to work. It lowers pressure by promoting drainage of the fluid (aqueous humor) that fills the eye.

Contraindications

Bimatoprost is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
- Allergy to any of its components;
- Benzalkonium chloride;
- Bimatoprost;
- Breathing problems;
- Citric acid monohydrate;
- Hydrochloric acid;
- Kidney problems;
- Liver problems;
- Sodium chloride;
- Sodium hydroxide and;
- Sodium phosphate dibasic;
- The bottle or packaging has shown signs of tampering;
- The expiry date on the bottle has passed;
- The seal around the cap has been broken;

Side Effects

Bimatoprost side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Allergic effects on eye and surrounding eyelid;
- An increase in coloring or pigment of area around eye;
- Bleeding in eye chamber;
- Burning of eye and nearby eyelid;
- Darkening of the colored part of the eye;
- Depression;
- Discharge from the eye;
- Dizziness;
- Dryness;
- Eye discomfort;
- Eyelash darkening;
- Eyelid retraction;
- Feeling of something in the eye;
- Growth of eyelashes;
- Headache;
- Infection;
- Inflamed areas around eye;
- Inflammation of the colored part of eye;
- Irritation;
- Itchiness;
- Itching or irritation of eye;
- Pain in the eye;
- Red, congested eyes;
- Redness;
- Sensitivity to light;
- Small lesions or erosions on the eye surface;
- Swelling of eyelid;
- Tears;
- Uncontrolled blinking and squeezing of eyelid;
- Visual changes;
- Weakness;

Bimatoprost side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Weakness;
- Visual Disturbances;
- Swelling Of The Eyelids;
- Respiratory Infections;
- Red Eyelids;
- Itchy Eyes;
- Headaches;
- Growth Of Eyelashes;
- Feeling Of A Foreign Body In The Eye;
- Eye Pain;
- Eye Irritation;
- Excessive Hair Growth;
- Dry Eyes;
- Darkening Of The Skin Surrounding The Eye;
- Darkening Of Eyelashes;
- Cataract;
- Burning Eyes;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Bimatoprost may also be known as:
- Bimatoprost;

Dosage.

ADULTS

The recommended dose is 1 drop in the affected eye or eyes once daily in the evening.
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