FML Forte

FML Forte is the drug, used for the treatment of corticosteroid-responsive inflammation of the palpebral and bulbar conjunctiva, cornea and anterior segment of the globe.


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Indications for use

FML Forte is the drug, used for the treatment of corticosteroid-responsive inflammation of the palpebral and bulbar conjunctiva, cornea and anterior segment of the globe.

Instructions

Take FML Forte according to the doctor’s prescriptions. Check the drug instruction for the right dosage.
Shake the drug before every use.
Before using FML Forte, wash your hands carefully. Lean your head back. Using your forefinger, pull the lower eyelid away from your eye to create a pouch. Drop the suspension into the pouch and close your eyes. Use your finger to press the inner corner of the eye for a couple of minutes. Avoid blinking. Eliminate excess medication around your eye with a clean tissue, but avoid touching your eye. Wash your hands to eliminate excessive drug. To impede the germs from contaminating your drug, never touch the applicator tip to any surface, including your eye. Always keep the container closed.

Avoid wearing soft contact lenses when you’re using the medication. Sterilize your lenses in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and consult your physician before using them.
If he/she has prescribed several eye drugs, determine the best order for using each drug.
If you skipped the drug dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it’s already time to take the next dose, just skip it and continue following your usual dosing schedule. Never take the double dose to compensate for the missed one.

Ask your doctor any questions about the use of FML Forte.

Dosage

Instill one drop into the conjunctival sac 2-4 times a day. Don’t stop the treatment without the doctor’s approval.

If your symptoms don’t improve after a few days, you must be re-examined.

The dose of FML Forte may be decreased, you shouldn’t stop the treatment prematurely. In chronic cases, the patients should gradually reduce the frequency of its use.

All the drugs may cause adverse effects, but many people have no, or only mild, adverse effects. Tell your physician if any of these common adverse effects last too long or become annoying:

Vision impairment; change in the taste; transient burning or stinging.

Seek medical assistance immediately if any of these severe adverse effects happen:

Serious allergic responses (rash; urticaria; breathing problems; breast tightness; face swelling; vision problems; eye discharge; pain in the eyes, itching, reddening, swelling, irritation, or sores.

This is not a full list of all adverse effects that may happen. If you have questions about adverse effects, ask your doctor so that he/she can advise you how to deal with them.

Contraindications:

you have allergy to any component of the drug;
you have any eye infections,
specific untreated eye infections (like those causing pus or discharge), vaccinia or chickenpox infection

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