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Recommended Unibrom for eye drop for hazy vision. Increased symptoms after using Nepalact eye drop. Advice?

Dear Sir, I have a hazy vision in my left eye doctors recommended for UNIBROM eye drop to uses twice a day for two weeks. My vision got rectified. But after a month same problem persist and again I consulted the doctor now they had asked me to continue with NEPALACT eye drop 3 times a day for three weeks. I had finished for five days now but I feel the haziness increased. Please advice.
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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It seems from the history you have given here that you were given eye drops which belong to non steroidal antiinflammatory group. Both Unibrom and Nepalact contain Bromenac and Nepafenac respectively and both these belong to non steroidal antiinflammatory group.
Probabaly you had some infalmmation of the eye like uveitis. The eye drops which you had used are mainly to releive the symptoms without treatment for the underlying disease. I advice you to consult your eye doctor for proper evaluation and treatment.
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Answered: Tue, 13 Aug 2013
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