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Old 06-02-2005, 05:00 AM
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I had a cornea transplate eight years ago. The dr. put me on lotemax<br>for rejection. I have glaucoma in both eyes and lost considerly<br>amount of vision. I am told to use it twice a week. I also was<br>told if my pressure keeps high I could go blind. I am seeing<br>a glaucoma specialist and she also gave me the prescription After<br>reading the article about lotemax I am worried. They tell me id<br>I don't use it my cornea can reject My left eye always burn and I <br>wear a hard contact lense. Most of the time I have pain. Can the<br>Lotemax be responsable for this <br>Lucy Napoli
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