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Xalatan

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Xatalan is prescribed for the treating of ophtalmic disorders ever since he has appeared in pharmacies around the globe.
Xatalan is an extremely powerful anti-glaucoma drug. Being considered a true wonder-medication for patients suffering from glaucoma.
Xalatan has also proven to be very useful in the treatment of another disorder, named "hypertension of the human eye".
Xalatan has a very strong influence regarding the amount of fluid that the glaucomic eye would usually discharge (by increasing this amount of fluid, this drugs helps control the pressure of the patient's eyes).
The drug's action has proved to be extremely helpful in the treatment of several types of glaucoma.
But there are physicians who prescribe Xatalan (among other drugs) as a complementary medicine in the treatment of other disorders.

Xalatan is prescribed to relieve high pressure within the eye (a hallmark of the condition known as open-angle glaucoma). It can be prescribed alone or with other glaucoma medications.

Contraindications

Xalatan is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
- Intraocular lens replacement;
- Iritis;
- Kidney disease;
- Liver disease;
- Loss of the eye's lens;
- Uveitis;

Side Effects

Xalatan side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Angina pain;
- Appearance of longer;
- Breathing problems;
- Changes in the eyelid's skin's color;
- Cough;
- Crusting of the patient's eyelids;
- Darker;
- Double vision;
- Eye discharge;
- Eye pain;
- Eye redness;
- Eye swelling;
- Fever;
- Flu-like symptoms;
- Indistinct vision;
- Itching of the eyes;
- Light sensitivity;
- Muscle pain;
- Palpitations;
- Skin rashes;
- Sore throat;
- Thicker eyelashes (these are reported quite often);
- Uneasiness in the chest;
- Uneasiness of the eye;

Xalatan side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Upper Respiratory Infection;
- Stinging;
- Itching;
- Inflammatory Disease Of The Cornea;
- Increased Pigmentation Of The Iris;
- Foreign Body Sensation;
- Burning;
- Blurred Vision;
- Bloodshot Eyes;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Xalatan may also be known as:
- 9PM;
- Gaap Ofteno;
- Gaax;
- Glaucostat;
- Klonaprost;
- Laprost;
- Latanoflax;
- Latanopress;
- Latof;
- Louten;
- Louten;
- Paraiop;
- Tanamof;

Dosage.

The usual dose is 1 drop in the affected eye once every evening.
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