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Old 07-05-2005, 05:00 AM
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My daughter has been using Alrex for an infection. Not sure what the infection is. The doctor did say, but I, unfortunatlly forgot. She has inflamtion if the retnia, was my understanding. He used two different types of eyedrops. One of them is Alrex. I am currently using this in her right eye. The left eye has healed. Iv'e been reading the side affects of Alrex, and it scares me to death. I have great confidence in this doctor, but I'm am worried about her vision. She is not having vision problems now, but I read on the net that this can cause Glaucoma (hope that's spelled right).<br> Please, Please E-mail me back, and tell me if she will have this horrible infection for the rest of her life. I want to help her, but I feel like my hands are tied. She's only 10 years old. There should be no reason for her to be suffering like this. Please E-mail back,<br> Thankyou
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