Buy Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Prescription Medication Online

We sell Bimatoprost Ophthalmic, the Generic Equivalent of Bimatoprost Ophthalmic, Latisse, and Canadian Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Online to those who have RX Prescriptions from your Doctor.

Bimatoprost Ophthalmic and/or Generic Equivalent Latisse Prescription Information

Bimatoprost ophthalmic solution is the generic name for medication used to reduce pressure in the eye. It can be purchased only on prescription. It is used principally in the treatment of glaucoma, which could eventually lead to blindness, and the treatment of ocular hypertension, which is the cause of increased pressure in the eye. It's function is to facilitate the drainage of natural fluids from the eye. It cannot cure the conditions but does help to control them.

How to use Bimatoprost Ophthalmic

Bimatoprost ophthalmic solution is administered in the form of eye drops from a dispenser. It should be administered daily in one or both eyes, as required, and preferably in the evening. The prescribing doctor's instructions regarding quantities to be administered should be adhered to strictly, although there are additional instructions on the label. If in any doubt the doctor should be able to answer all questions, and the treatment should not be stopped without the physician's recommendation.

Precautions to exercise when considering Bimatoprost Ophthalmic

It is extremely important that the doctor should be made aware of any other medical conditions or allergies when prescribing bimatoprost ophthalmic solution and whether any other medication or supplement is being taken, prescribed or otherwise. There are several side effects that could become apparent when taking this medication, the most common being irritation, pain or burning around the eyes, headaches, or dryness of the eyes. If these side effects do not disappear as the eyes adjust, or if there are more serious or uncomfortable side effects, the doctor should be consulted. There is also a possibility that the eyes and the skin of the eyelids may darken in color, and that the eyelashes may grow longer and darker in color. These color changes may take months or years to become apparent, but they could possibly be permanent, and could be more obvious if only one eye is undergoing the treatment.

Touching the eyes with the eye-drop dispenser should be avoided at all costs as this could cause bacterial infection, which would require the Doctor's immediate intervention. The patient should not administer a greater dose of bimatoprost ophthalmic solution than that instructed by the doctor since this could counter the effectiveness of the treatment.

Users of contact lenses should replace them at least fifteen minutes after dosing with eye drops to avoid discoloration of the lenses.

Side effects of Bimatoprost Ophthalmic

It is not known whether Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution has any effect on unborn babies, so if the patient is pregnant or becomes pregnant the doctor should be informed. Similarly, it is not known whether the product passes into breast milk, so the doctor should be advised if the treatment is prescribed while breastfeeding is taking place. If a dose is missed it should be taken when remembered, but not too close to the next dose, and certainly not doubled up with the next dose.

The precautions and instructions may seem very strict, but this medication is prescribed to treat potential blindness in the worst cases. There should be no hesitation to buy bimatoprost ophthalmic solution, as its application has been proven to be effective, provided the instructions are followed.

Related Articles

The Surprising Link Between Glaucoma and Your Sleep Habits

5 Ways to Relieve Glaucoma's Eye Pressure

Are Your Cosmetics Jeopardizing Your Health?

Canadian Pharmacy Meds Product Guarantee