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Tobradex Ointment 0.3/0.1%
tobramycin, dexamethasone
Product:
Tobradex
Strength:
0.3/0.1 %
Pack Size:
3.5 g
Manufacturer:
Alcon Canada Inc.
*Maximum: 90-day supply  Maximum 90-day supply
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Quantity
Price per pack
1 PACK+
$31.16 USD
2 PACKS+
$29.64 USD
3 PACKS+
$29.40 USD
4 PACKS+
$28.93 USD
5 PACKS+
$28.69 USD
6 PACKS+
USD$27.64 27.64USD

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How do you order Tobradex Ointment 0.3% online?

You can order Tobradex Ointment online from YouDrugstore. Our online pharmacy is based in Canada, where you can buy Tobradex Ointment 0.3% at Canadian prices. To purchase Tobradex Ointment 0.3% from YouDrugstore simply register a free account on our website and then send us your prescription. Once we have received all of the necessary information from you the experienced pharmacy technicians and licensed physicians at YouDrugstore will review your order. Tobradex Ointment is used to treat bacterial infections in the eye. When you order Tobradex Ointment from YouDrugstore we will ship your order to you for a low cost in shipping. We also provide free shipping with any order over $100. Purchase Tobradex Ointment 0.3% from YouDrugstore.com today and find relief from your eye infection.

Who might receive a prescription for Tobradex Ointment 0.3% from their doctor?

Your doctor has prescribed Tobradex Ointment to treat a bacterial eye infection. It will not be prescribed to you if you have a viral infection in your eyes. The difference between a bacterial infection and a viral infection is that bacteria survives separately from you and your cells, while a virus requires you and your cells to survive, as it turns your own cells against you. Think of bacteria as invaders that take up space in your body. Think of a virus as a herd of zombies, infecting and turning your own cells into virus cells. Before you use Tobradex Ointment to treat a bacterial infection tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Never use Tobradex Ointment if you are allergic to it or any of its ingredients.

Why is Tobradex Ointment 0.3% prescribed to treat eye infections?

The active ingredients in Tobradex Ointment are dexamethasone and tobramycin. These are generic drugs that do a number of things to help treat your eye infection. Tobramycin is a powerful antibiotic that, essentially, starves the infection in your eye, allowing your immune system to destroy whatever bacterial cells are left. Dexamethasone is an effective anti-inflammatory that reduces the swelling in your eye, relieving the pain and redness of your eye infection. Dexamethasone is also a trusted drug that has been used for nearly 70 years to treat swelling and inflammation. It is also able to be used in combination with other drugs, such as it is in Tobradex Ointment. Tobradex is a brand name combination drug that is safe and effective in treating eye infections when used properly. Order Tobradex Ointment from YouDrugstore today.

What are the side effects of using Tobradex Ointment 0.3%?

As with all other medications, Tobradex Ointment can cause some side effects. The most common side effects of using Tobradex Ointment include itchiness, redness, swelling, blurred vision, and localized ocular toxicity. These side effects, if you do experience them, usually wear off as your treatment progresses and do not generally require a doctor's attention. More serious but rare side effects include an increase in eye pressure, glaucoma, possible optic nerve damage, cataract formation, and a delay in healing. If you experience any of these rare side effects, speak to your doctor right away.

When should you use Tobradex Ointment 0.3%?

Your doctor will explain how and when to use Tobradex Ointment. In most cases, it is used three or four times a day for a number of days or even weeks, depending on the severity of your infection. To apply, insert a half-inch ribbon of the ointment behind your bottom eye lid. It may sometimes be used with eye drops. In any case, always follow your doctor's instructions exactly when using Tobradex Ointment. If you are unsure about how to use the ointment, or if you have any questions about Tobradex, call your doctor right away.

Where can I learn more about Tobradex Ointment 0.3%?

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