Vision loss effect of Xalatan

We have 51 consumer reports for Xalatan. Vision loss effect occurred in 8%.

Patients statistics on Vision loss side effect for Xalatan


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Xalatan Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 51 reported about Vision loss

  1. Antonio M. Rodrigues says:
    4.0 rating

    Have on advice of my ophthalmologist for about 3 months XALATAN dripped, because my eye pressure was a bit too high. Slowly, the following side effects occurred: Increasing visual blur, red and burning eyes, last a moving curtain of dark spots in front of eyes. One week ago I discontinued the medication, the curtain remained dark, the visual acuity was better, but not normal. Conclusion: FINGER WAY; DO NOT TAKE ACCOUNT !!!

  2. Stanley G. Tuttle says:
    2.5 rating

    Xalatan for Glaucoma

    Conjunctivitis, vein inflammation, after 3 months suddenly cataract formation, severe loss of vision. In a cat treated with xalatan, cataract surgery is extremely difficult and complicated. Cataract is one of the most common side effects of Xalatan. German doctors do not know that! Clarify it!

  3. Jimmy S. Campbell says:
    4.0 rating

    Xalatan for Glaucoma

    Almost simultaneously with the diagnosis of borreliosis b. Glaucoma was diagnosed and prescribed by XALATAN. Due to the Borr. Symptoms, the side effects of the X. did not appear or were reduced to the B. After reading something about the z.T. I read the drug off heavy side effects of X. Surprisingly, many of the symptoms I had attributed to Lyme disease disappeared after a few days. were, dizziness, numbness, tingling, cold feelings in arms and legs, diminishing visual performance especially in the dark, leaden fatigue, fatigue, inner restlessness, heart rhythm disturbances, panic, memory disorders

  4. 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.