9 PM Eye Drop
9 PM Eye Drop is a prostaglandin analog that is used for the treatment of increased fluid pressure inside the eye (intraocular hypertension) and open-angle glaucoma, a progressive condition that may eventually lead to vision loss. 9 PM Eye Drop medicine is not recommended for use in patients below 18 years of age.
Before using 9 PM Eye Drop notify your doctor if: you are allergic to any ingredient contained within 9 PM Eye Drop, you have any other allergies, you have any infection/swelling/injury of the eyes, you are already taking medications, you have a history of inflammation, herpes, you are scheduled for an eye surgery, you have other types of glaucoma, you are pregnant or are planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding a baby.
Drug = Latanoprost
Strength = 0.005%
Manufacture = Cipla Inc.
How to take
Take it in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Check the label for directions before use. Hold the dropper close to the eye without touching it. Gently squeeze the dropper and place the medicine inside the lower eyelid. Wipe off extra liquid.
9 PM Eye Drop
Redness of the eye
Swelling of eyelids
Darkening of eyelid skin color
Burning and stinging of eye
Inflammation of the iris
9 PM Eye Drop may be unsafe to use during pregnancy. Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
9 PM Eye Drop should be used with caution during lactation. Breast feeding should be held until the treatment of the mother is completed and the drug is eliminated from her body.9 PM Eye Drop does not usually affect your ability to drive.
Apply pressure on the corner of the eye (close to the nose) for about 1 minute, immediately after instilling the drop.
9 PM Eye Drop medicine is used for the treatment of patients suffering from intraocular hypertension to reduce the fluid pressure inside the eyes.
9 PM Eye Drop medicine is used to reduce the fluid pressure inside the eyes of patients suffering from open-angle glaucoma, a condition characterized by progressive damage to the optic nerve that may lead to vision loss.