Your privacy is important, Prescription Doctor are committed to keeping your details completely confidential.
This is why we also take steps to conceal your prescription products under two layers of packaging.
We have a commitment to delivering a discreet service and understand your need for privacy. We ship all orders via a trackable courier using discreet, plain packaging.
Once your order is dispatched you will receive a tracking number via sms and email.
We deliver medications between Monday and Saturday. You can upgrade to Saturday delivery on Friday.
You should receive a tracking number with your order which you can use this number to track your parcel online. This should give you a clear indication of where your parcel is. If you haven’t received your parcel in the time frame given by our couriers, contact your local depot to find out where it is. You can also contact our support team who will do this for you.
On checkout you will be asked to leave your mobile number so our courier can text you about the delivery. This is also useful if the courier has problems finding your address. We will not use your mobile number for anything else.
You can pay for your order using credit, debit card or via bank transfer.
If you don’t have a credit or debit card you can pay via bank transfer. We will give you a unique reference number at checkout along with details of how to make the transfer. Once the money has cleared in our account, we will process your order.
We are a completely secure site and take many measures to ensure your details are kept safe. We understand that you have a right to extreme privacy when purchasing sensitive health medications. All information that you provide to us is stored on our secure servers. Any payment transactions will be encrypted using SSL technology.
You can pay for your order using credit, debit card and bank transfer.
Card Payment: Please notify us that you wish to cancel your order. Your refund will show available In 1 - 3 days.
Bank Transfer: A member of our team will contact you requesting for your bank details. These details are only used to transfer the funds back into your account.
Murine irritation and redness eye drops are used to relieve redness brought on by irritants.
The drops mimic the eye's natural tear film, which helps to protect and clean the eyes.
Eye irritation is a common condition which can occur due a variety of factors including:
The redness is caused by dilation of the blood vessels in and around the eye. This can cause pain and inflammation which can affect vision.
To protect your eyes from irritants, a thin layer of fluid sits atop the eye. This fluid, known as the tear film, helps to flush out particles from the eyes and lubricates your eyelids. If the tear film evaporates, or if the tear ducts do not produce enough fluid, the eyes can become dry and irritated.
Sand and dust particles can scratch the outermost layer of the eye called the cornea. A scratch on the cornea is known as a corneal abrasion. If you get particles in your eyes, you should rinse your eyes with water or a saline solution. Be careful not to rub your eyes as this can push the particle against the eye and cause an abrasion.
Chemicals, particularly those found in cleaning products, are common causes of eye irritation. Chlorine, found in swimming pools and household bleach, and sodium lauryl ether sulphate (SLES), found in shampoos, can irritate the eyes on contact. Onions and chilli peppers, when sliced, also contain chemicals which can cause irritation and redness of the eyes.
The simplest way to prevent irritated eyes is to avoid the irritant altogether. If this is not possible, you should consider preventive methods to reduce your eye's exposure to the irritant.
If you are sensitive to chlorine while swimming, wear goggles to prevent the water from getting into your eyes.
Avoid using bleach and other disinfectants in poorly ventilated areas. Open doors and windows or use an extractor fan when cleaning with bleach. Keep your face away from the disinfectant while cleaning.
While cutting onions, garlic and chillies, try cutting them underwater to trap the irritant. You should always remember to wash your hands immediately after slicing onions and chilli peppers.
If your eye irritation is a result of another medicine or an underlying medical condition, speak to your doctor for more specific advice on how you can mitigate the risk of irritation.
When your eyes become irritated, your blood vessels widen (dilate) and become more apparent. This causes inflammation and discomfort in the eyes.
Murine irritation and redness eye drops contain naphazaline hydrochloride. This active ingredient is a vasoconstrictor and works by constricting (narrowing) blood vessels.
By narrowing the blood vessels, the redness and swelling is reduced.
Moreover, Murine also works to replenish the tear film, which helps to protect the cornea and remove irritating particles from the eyes.
If you wear contact lenses, you should remove them before applying Murine eye drops.
Tilt your head back and gently pull your lower eyelid down.
Holding the dropper over your eyeball, slightly squeeze the bottle to dispense 1 drop into your eye.
Repeat the above steps for your other eye if necessary.
Close your eyes for 1 or 2 minutes.
If any excess fluid builds up at the corners of your eyes or runs down your face, simply dab it away with a clean, dry tissue.
Wait at least 15 minutes before reinserting your contact lenses or applying any other eye drops.
Repeat the process 2 or 3 times daily as required.
If your symptoms persist for longer than 3 days, stop using this medicine and speak to your doctor.
For more information on how to use Murine eye drops, including how frequently you should use them, please read the patient information leaflet which is enclosed with the medicine.
Murine eye drops are typically used on an ad lib basis, meaning that you use it as and when you need to.
Information on when to use Murine eye drops can be found in the pamphlet supplied with the medication.
If you are unsure, ask a pharmacist for assistance.
Murine shouldn't affect your ability to drive or operate machinery. However, you should avoid driving or operating machinery if you experience any visual disturbances after applying the drops. In this case, you should refrain from these activities until you feel you are able to do so.
Yes, you can use Murine eye drops with contact lenses. However, you should remove your contact lenses before applying the eye drops.
If you have recently had eye surgery, speak to your doctor or ophthalmologist before using Murine eye drops.
Table of contents