Azopt

What is Azopt?

Brinzolamide (trade name Azopt, Alcon Laboratories, Inc.) is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor used to lower intraocular pressure in patients with open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension.

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I am on two different prescriptions to treat glaucoma,azopt&latanoprost.these are eye drops .I am having a problem with my bladder now and this Dr....

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Hi & Welcome to HCM.
It is OK to take Latanoprost eye drops while on Cephalexin.

The antibiotic Cephalexin which is prescribed to treat bladder...

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Is it safe to use omnipred drops with azopt and lumigan eye drops?

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Brief Answer:
Opposing effect.

Detailed Answer:
My dear,
Thanks for sending your query to us .

Omnipred in some cases can raise the intra ocular...

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Hello. I have told Dr's for 30 years I believe I have some sort of 'disease of the muscles'. I have long dealt with muscles pains and spasms,...

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Brief Answer:
Dont think thise disorders

Detailed Answer:
hi and welcome.
Mithondiopathies, miopathies and other metabolic muscle disorders that...

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I am on two different prescriptions to treat glaucoma,azopt&latanoprost.these are eye drops .I am having a problem with my bladder now and this Dr....

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Is it safe to use omnipred drops with azopt and lumigan eye drops?

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Hi I am XXXXX. My mother age 60 yrs having glaucoma since 8 years. Presently she is using Azopt & Ganfort eye drops. She has a complaint of...

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Hello. I have told Dr's for 30 years I believe I have some sort of 'disease of the muscles'. I have long dealt with muscles pains and spasms,...

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Hello. I am a 52 y.o. female with glaucoma . I take lumigan at night and timolol in occudose in the morning. With treatment, my pressures are in...

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