Prescription eye drops for glaucoma help maintain the pressure in your eye at a healthy level and are an important part of the treatment routine for many people. Always check with our medical teamif you are having difficulty.
Follow our prescription orders properly.
Tell us if you are allergic to any drugs.
Wash your hands before putting in your eye drops.
Be careful not to let the tip of the dropper touch any part of your eye.
Make sure the dropper stays clean.
If you are putting in more than one drop or more than one type of eye drop, wait five minutes before putting the next drop in. This will keep the first drop from being washed out by the second before it has had time to work.
Store eye drops and all medicines out of the reach of children.
Steps For Putting In Eye Drops:
Start by tilting your head backward while sitting, standing, or lying down. With your index finger placed on the soft spot just below the lower lid, gently pull down to form a pocket.
Let a drop fall into the pocket.
Slowly let go of the lower lid. Close your eyes but try not to shut them tight or squint. This may push the drops out of your eye.
Gently press on the inside corner of your closed eyes with your index finger and thumb for two to three minutes. This will help keep any drops from getting into your system and keep them in your eye, where they are needed.