Timolol

What is Timolol?

It is a selective beta-2-blocker used in glaucoma. Glaucoma is a condition that causes damage to your eye's optic nerve and gets worse over time.

Questions and answers on "Timolol"

My doctor put me on 10 mg Timolol a day for head tremors and I also take tramadol for anxiety and panic. I can't find much info on...

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Brief Answer:
Timolol is a beta blocker.

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89 yr old female with a pace maker started dorzolamide timolol eye drops about aweek ago and now seems noticably lethargic. she has previously been...

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Brief Answer:
possible side effect

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There is some systemic absorption of this medication from...

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I m a glaucoma patient (of around 9 years) and during the last 7 months or so I have had trouble with my eye pressure. It has been measured by 2...

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i have glaucoma and am starting to lose my peripheral vision . my doctor just told me i will be completely blind in 5 years. i have had lazy 2 or 3...

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I have been using Afrin for a few days to alleviate a congestion problem I have in the morning. My doctor is concerned that I might have a...

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I am a 60 year old female, weighing 145 pounds. I recently started Istalol (timolol malete) ophthalmic 0.5 drops to help lower the pressure in my...

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I am taking brinzolamide, timolol and latanoprost for glaucoma and am currently suffering almost daily of dizziness, nausea, headaches and fatigue....

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I am taking Timoptic-xe for my eyes for glaucoma for about 2 months. For the last month apron I have been having shortness of breath and have a lot...

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