Eye pain effect of Xalatan

We have 51 consumer reports for Xalatan. Eye pain effect occurred in 22%.

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Xalatan Circle Diagram 11 consumers of 51 reported about Eye pain

  1. Sabrina L. Trembley says:
    3.5 rating

    Xalatan for Iop increase

    Burning, severe reddening of the eyes, yellowing of the dermis, conjunctivitis, after a good 2 months the onset of a cataract, which progressed extremely fast, did not recede after discontinuation of the drug.

    Side effects: Redness; Eye pain
  2. Dorothy R. Campbell says:
    3.0 rating

    Xalatan for Glaucoma

    After about 3 weeks, the first side effects appeared: severe redness of the eyes, more and more red veins in the eyes, which were getting thicker, severe pain in the left eye, also blurred vision, after 10 weeks of cataract formation in both eyes. The symptoms did not recede even after stopping the remedy.

  3. Barbara R. Hinson says:
    2.5 rating

    Xalatan for Iop increase

    mild to moderate burning and itching, often foreign body sensation in the eye, strong eyelash growth, yellowish discoloration of the dermis, vitreous opacity, vitreous detachment, severe vitreous shrinkage, resulting in retinal tear, corneal erosion. Low impact, pressure dropped from 25 to 23.

    Side effects: Blurred vision; Eye pain
  4. Wendy E. Ford says:
    3.0 rating

    Xalatan for Glaucoma

    Severe redness of the eyes, foreign body sensation, eye pain, blurred and distorted vision, gradually increasing stomach pain after 3 weeks, diarrhea, nausea, stomach colic, dizziness. After discontinuation of the drug, all symptoms disappeared except for the blurred and distorted vision. This resulted from corneal erosion and macular edema. Both are not reflected, so that a considerable Sehminderung remains. This drug should be banned!

  5. Mary B. Holland says:
    3.5 rating

    Xalatan for Glaucoma

    3 hours after the very first drop extreme redness, thick red veins in the white of the eyeball to see, burning pain, foreign body sensation. After 10 hours of severe pressure pain in both eyes, the burning became worse, the eyelids swelled up, blurred vision On the second day, the pressure pain became unbearable, as if through a wavy frosted glass. Ophthalmologist diagnosed corneal destruction and retinal detachment. Drug was discontinued, the damage was irreversible, since then instead of 100% only 2% vision. Lawsuit against doctor and manufacturer runs.