how long does pupillary dilation by Atropine last?
Welcome and thanks for your query.
The pupillary dilatation by atropine can last from one day to one week.
There used to be a product called Rev Eyes which could reverse the pupillary dilatation earlier, but it is not available now.
Pilocarpine drops which is normally used to treat glaucoma produces a pupillary constriction opposing the effect of atropine.
You can lessen the discomfort of dilated pupils by wearing dark glasses.
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