9 PM Eye Drop

9 PM Eye Drop

Prescription Required




Introduction to

The 9 PM Eye Drop is suitable for both adults and children It can be used alone or in combination with other eye medications to decrease pressure in the eyes It is important to follow your doctors instructions and use this medicine consistently in order to obtain maximum benefits Discontinuing its use may lead to an increase in eye pressure and potential damage to your vision Before using the eye drop for the first time ensure that the bottles seal is intact If you wear contact lenses remove them before applying the eye drop and wait for at least 15 minutes before reinserting them Common side effects of the 9 PM Eye Drop include changes in eyelashes eye pain and sensitivity to light It may also cause blurred vision dryness in the eyes a gradual change in eye color and in rare cases other effects If you experience any side effects it is important to discuss them with your doctor Your doctor may provide advice on how to reduce or prevent certain side effects or suggest an alternative treatment If your vision becomes blurred or you notice any changes in your eyesight refrain from driving until your vision is clear again Typically these side effects are temporary Pregnant women those trying to conceive and breastfeeding mothers should not use this medication