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Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1%
diclofenac
Product:
Voltaren
Strength:
0.1 %
Pack Size:
2.5 ml
Manufacturer:
Novartis
*Maximum: 90-day supply  Maximum 90-day supply
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Quantity
Price per pack
1 PACK+
$24.57 USD
2 PACKS+
$23.36 USD
3 PACKS+
$23.18 USD
4 PACKS+
$22.80 USD
5 PACKS+
$22.62 USD
6 PACKS+
USD$21.78 21.78USD

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How do you order Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% online?

Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% is used to help reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation in the eyes after eye surgery. To order Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% online you must have a prescription from your doctor. If you have a prescription you can buy Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% from YouDrugstore. We are an online Canadian pharmacy, where you can purchase Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% at the same price they pay in Canada. All you need to do is register on YouDrugstore.com and send us your prescription. Once we have received all of the necessary information our team of qualified health care professionals will review your order. Enjoy cheap shipping costs when you purchase Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% from YouDrugstore. We even offer free shipping on any order over $100. Buy Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% from YouDrugstore today and help protect your eyes from pain after surgery.

When should you use Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1%?

Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% eye drops are generally used four times a day to treat and prevent pain from eye surgery. If you have had surgery to remove cataracts expect to use Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% every day for at least two weeks. If you have had corneal refractive surgery you may only be using Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% for about 3 days. To use Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% simply apply one drop into the affected eye. If you have any questions about using Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% properly ask your doctor. Always follow your doctor's instructions exactly when using Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% eye drops. Do not share your eye drops with anyone. Do not let the drip stick make contact with your eyes or anything else as it may contaminate your Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1%.

What are the side effects of using Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1%?

Generally, you may experience a slight stinging or burning sensation when you apply the eye drops. This should quickly fade. The other most common side effects of using Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% include nausea, headache, runny or stuffy nose, fever, dizziness, chills, and trouble sleeping. These side effects should be relatively mild and will usually go away shortly. If they are severe or do not subside call your doctor. If you experience blurry vision or blindness, clear or yellow discharge from your eyes, redness or swelling, throbbing pain, or a severe change in vision call your doctor immediately. If you have any concerns about using Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% eye drops speak to your doctor.

Why is Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% recommended to treat eyes after eye surgery?

Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% eye drops are used to treat eyes after cataract or corneal refractive surgery because they contain diclofenac, a powerful generic drug that reduces pain and inflammation. Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and an analgesic. Diclofenac prevents pain while your eyes heal after surgery, and it also works to shorten your eyes' recovery time because it helps increase your body's natural healing process. Order Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% eye drops today from YouDrugstore.

Who might receive a prescription for Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% from their doctor?

Your doctor has likely prescribed Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% eye drops because you have had (or are having) eye surgery. This is to aid in your recovery after the surgery. However, you should avoid Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% if you are allergic to any NSAID drugs or aspirin, have diabetes, or if you have a bleeding or blood clot condition. Speak to your doctor before using Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% eye drops if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not use Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% if you are allergic to them or any of their ingredients. If you have any questions or concerns about using Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1% eye drops speak with your doctor.

Where can I learn more about Voltaren Ophthalmic 0.1%?

Voltaren Ophthalmic on WebMD
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Diclofenac Wiki

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