For the relief and treatment of itchy, irritated allergic eyes due to hayfever
For the relief and treatment of seasonal and perennial allergic conjunctivitis
Posology and method of administration
Topical Ophthalmic administration
One or two drops in each eye four times a day or as indicated by the doctor.
The product is contraindicated in patients who have shown hypersensitivity to Sodium cromoglicate, Benzalkonium chloride or Disodium edetate.
Special warnings and precautions for use
Discard any remaining contents four weeks after opening the bottle.
As with other ophthalmic solutions containing Benzalkonium chloride, soft contact lenses should not be worn during treatment period.
Pregnancy and lactation
As with all medication, caution should be exercised especially during the first trimester of pregnancy. Cumulative experience with Sodium cromoglicate suggests that it has no adverse effects on foetal development. It should be used in pregnancy only where there is a clear need.
It is not known whether Sodium cromoglicate is excreted in human breast milk but, on the basis of its physicochemical properties, this is considered unlikely. There is no information to suggest the use of Sodium cromoglicate has any undesirable effects on the baby
Effects on ability to drive and use machines
As with all eye drops, instillation of these eye drops may cause a transient blurring of vision.
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