|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|1 Bottle/s||US$ 18.92||US$ 18.92||
|3 Bottle/s||US$ 18.92||US$ 56.76||
|6 Bottle/s||US$ 18.92||US$ 113.51||
|US Brand Name||Xalatan Eye Drops|
|Generic Name||Latanoprost + Benzalkonium Chloride|
9 PM eye drop is used to treat increased pressure in the eye caused by ocular hypertension and open-angle glaucoma. Both eye conditions cause high pressure within the eye, known as intraocular pressure, which may lead to eye pain and harm your vision. This ophthalmic formulation is indicated for the reduction of increased pressure within the eye.
Latanoprost and Benzalkonium are the main active pharmaceutical ingredients at 9 PM 0.005% (2.5ml) Eye Drop. The combination Ophthalmic eye drop is used to treat intraocular pressure, a pressure within the eye due to open-angle glaucoma. Latanoprost is quite similar to a natural chemical in the body called prostaglandins, which regulates the flow of fluid within the eyes, lowering eye pressure and preventing blindness due to glaucoma. The product is effective at increasing eye pressure and glaucoma in all ages of children and babies.
Use this ophthalmic suspension according to the dose and frequency as advised by your doctor. Consult your doctor for advice if you doubt the correct dosing regimen of 9 PM eye drops.
The recommended dose of 9 PM is one drop once daily in the evening in the affected eye. The eye drop should be used via the ocular route as directed by your ophthalmologist. Always shake the bottle well before use and slowly instil these medicines drop by drop; it is recommended to gently close the eyes for one to two minutes after the administration, do not allow the dropper tip of the bottle to touch the eye.
Follow the steps to help you use 9 PM eye drop properly:
- Wash your hands before handling the ophthalmic solution
- Squeeze the bottle gently to allow one drop to release into your affected eye
- Repeat the procedure for another eye if your doctor has told you to do to this
- If you wear contact lenses, remove them before using Latanoprost and benzalkonium drops.
If you use 9 PM, you should wait for at least five minutes between this ophthalmic formulation and other eye drops.
9 PM eye drops should not be used in patients with known or suspected hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients present in the formulation.
- This Eye drop is not suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers
- This drug is not suitable for those patients, having diabetes or impaired kidney function
- Do not use sulfa drugs while using this medicine.
Talk to your doctor before using the combination ophthalmic formulation if you have had eye surgery, eye problems, dry eye, or severe asthma.
Latanoprost may interact with other medicines. Let your doctor know if you are taking any other medicines, including those obtained without a prescription. When you use a 9 PM eye drop, you may have blurred vision for a short time.
Common side effects of 9 PM eye drop include inflammation of the eyelid edges (blepharitis), light sensitivity, eye pain, conjunctivitis, and inflammation or disruption to the surface of the eye.