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Efemoline and vigamox prescribed for corneal infection. Blurred vision after stopping tobradex drops. Is it normal?

hi, before a month ago, i had an infection in my left eye a , it took my eye over a month to get better, the doctor describe for me Efemoline and Vigamox drops .but it did not get better .So i went to another doctor . she stopped the drops and give me TobraDex drop and she told me i have infection in my cornea . and my eye did became better after 2 weeks of using the drop . I thought it is fine and i stopped using the drop but few days back i noticed my left eye vision has gone blurred. So please is this blurred vision temporary and would get better by days. Please comment , is it normal? it is really uncomfortable and i can read with my left eye ???please help
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Hello tobradex is gud drug but it has mild steroid in it dear reason of ur blurred vision may be associated with steroid sensitivity or it may be simultaneous so better visit your eye specialist for proper guidance stay blessed
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