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Alrex is used for the temporary relief of the itching and redness of the eye caused by seasonal allergies. Alrex should not be used to treat contact lens-related problems.
Precautions for Alrex
- You should contact your doctor if pain develops, or if redness or itching gets worse.
- Tell your doctor if your symptoms do not get better within two days. He/she may want to re-evaluate your condition.
- You should not use Alrex longer than 10 days without having the pressure in your eye checked by your doctor.
Side Effects of Alrex
- Increased pressure within the eye (see special warnings)
- Blurring of vision
- Burning when putting drops in the eye
- Swelling or discharge around the eyelids
- Dry eyes
- Sensation of having an object in your eye
- Increased sensitivity to light
- Runny nose
- Sore throat
Who Should Not Take Alrex
You should not use Alrex if you have any of the following conditions:
- Eye infections caused by viruses, including herpes and chicken pox.
- Eye infections caused by mycobacterium or fungi.
- An allergic reaction to Alrex.
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