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Optrex Bloodshot eye drops are specially formulated to relieve the appearance of bloodshot eyes, which is characterised by a distinctive redness and a more prominent appearance of blood vessels.
Optrex Bloodshot eye drops contain 2 active ingredients; distilled witch hazel and naphazoline hydrochloride, which work together to relieve swelling and inflammation in the eyes.
You can buy eye drops for bloodshot eyes, such as Optrex Bloodshot eye drops, online from our UK pharmacy.
There are many possible causes of bloodshot eyes. While some causes of bloodshot eyes can be avoided by taking precautions or adjusting your environment, other causes may be harder to avoid.
Causes of bloodshot eyes include:
While bloodshot eyes can clear up on their own, they can be uncomfortable and irritating. If you find your bloodshot eyes to be particularly bothersome, you can use treatments such as Optrex Bloodshot eyes to relieve any discomfort and clear the condition up.
Irritants such as dirt, smoke and pollen can irritate the eyes, resulting in inflammation in and around the eyes. If an irritant is not cleared from the eye promptly, it could lead to an infection.
Infections, such as conjunctivitis, can also cause irritation and inflammation. An infection in the eye may be accompanied by an infectious discharge.
Wearing contact lenses can also lead to bloodshot eyes. It is often recommended to wear contact lenses for no longer than 12 consecutive hours in a day. Applying and removing contact lenses increases your risk of eye infections as you run the risk of introducing bacteria and dirt into your eye. Always wash your hands before and after applying and removing contact lenses, and always wash your contact lenses in contact lens cleaning solution to prevent infections.
Using eye drops can temporarily relieve discomfort, redness and irritation brought on by eye conditions. However, overusing eye drops can cause eye conditions to worsen. If you regularly experience eye irritations, or feel you are using eye drops too often, speak to your doctor.
In most cases, red, bloodshot eyes are not serious and should clear up on their own. In some cases, however, redness of the eye can be the sign of an infection or another underlying medical condition.
If you are experiencing pain, discharge from the eye, inflammation of the conjunctiva, and bloodshot eyes at the same time, you should speak to your doctor as it could be the sign of an eye infection.
If you experience disturbances to your vision, such as flashing, wavy patterns, or complete loss of vision, go straight to the accident and emergency department of the nearest hospital.
Bloodshot eyes usually go away on their own and are not typically life threatening, though they can be uncomfortable. If you are suffering discomfort, there are some things you can do to treat bloodshot eyes.
If you have a bloodshot eye and wear contacts, swap your contact lenses for glasses instead until your bloodshot eye clears up. Wash your contact lenses in contact lens cleaning solution before reinserting them.
It is important not to rub or touch your eyes while they are bloodshot. Rubbing your eyes can introduce your eyes to further dirt or bacteria, which can worsen your symptoms. If you have dirt in your eye, rubbing the afflicted eye can increase the risk of a corneal abrasion - a scratch on the outermost layer of the eye.
Try placing a cold or warm compress over the affected eye - this could be a ball of cotton wool or a towel soaked in cold or warm water.
Make-up, especially eyeliner, may exacerbate present symptoms. You may consider using hypoallergenic make-up, which is less likely to affect you, or avoid eye make-up altogether until your symptoms have cleared.
Speak to a pharmacist if you are unsure which treatments would be best for you. They will be able to suggest a suitable treatment for your bloodshot eye, and offer further advice on managing the symptoms.
You can buy Optrex Bloodshot eye drops online without a prescription from Prescription Doctor today.
You should always wash your hands before applying eye drops to prevent any debris or bacteria from getting in your eye.
Before using Optrex eye drops, check the solution is clear. Do not use Optrex eye drops if the solution appears cloudy or discoloured.
Remove contact lenses before applying Optrex eye drops. You can reinsert your contact lenses 15 minutes after you applied Optrex Bloodshot eye drops.
Take care when handling Optrex Bloodshot eye drops. If handled wrongly, the bottle can become contaminated with common bacteria and lead to eye infections.
Tilt your head back, look up and pull your lower eyelid down.
Holding the dropper directly over your eye, gently squeeze to administer 1 drop into your eye. Take care not to let the dropper touch your eye or any surrounding area, as this introduce bacteria or dirt to the dropper.
Close your eye for 1 or 2 minutes.
Repeat these steps for your other eye if necessary.
Do not use Optrex eye drops more than 4 times a day.
If your symptoms do not improve within 24 hours, stop using Optrex Bloodshot eye drops and speak to your doctor.
Optrex Bloodshot eye drops are used as and when needed. You may take them at regular intervals throughout the day until your eyes return to normal. Do not apply more eye drops to make up for the ones you forgot.
If you accidentally apply more drops of Optrex Bloodshot eye drops than you should, or feel you are using them too frequently, speak to your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
Using more eye drops - or using them more frequently - is unlikely to clear your bloodshot eyes faster. However, overusing eye drops can lead to bloodshot or irritated eyes.
Before using Optrex Bloodshot eye drops, it’s important to read the patient information leaflet enclosed with your medicine. The patient information leaflet contains instructions on using, storing and disposing the eye drops, as well as important information regarding the safety of Optrex Bloodshot eye drops.
Optrex Bloodshot eye drops are not suitable for everyone. If you are unsure whether Optrex Bloodshot eye drops are suitable for you, speak to your doctor or pharmacist.
Do not use Optrex Bloodshot eye drops if you:
All medicines carry the potential risk of side effects, though not everybody experiences them. Being aware and vigilant of any potential side effects is an important part of your treatment.
Side effects of Optrex Bloodshot eyes may include:
This is not an exhaustive list of side effects. Further information regarding the safety of this medicine can be found within the patient information leaflet enclosed with your treatment.
Do not use Optrex Bloodshot eye drops if you are allergic to naphazoline hydrochloride, Hamamelis water (distilled witch hazel) or any of the other ingredients in this medication. A full list of ingredients can be found in the patient information leaflet.
Signs of an allergic reaction include:
If you are pregnant, think you might be pregnant or breastfeeding, speak to your doctor or a pharmacist before using Optrex Bloodshot eye drops.
Always seek your doctor’s advice before you buy Optrex Bloodshot eye drops online.
If you need to use Optrex Bloodshot eye drops for longer than 14 days, speak to your doctor.
Always store the bottle in the original carton away from sunlight.
Always replace the cap securely after use.
Do not use Optrex eye drops past the expiry date printed on the packaging.
Do not use Optrex eye drops for more than 28 days after opening the bottle. After 28 days, you should discard of the medicine - this is because the medicine can only stay sterile for a short period.
Never throw away medicine via household or water waste. Ask your local pharmacy to safely dispose any unwanted or expired medicine on your behalf.
Always keep medicine out of sight and reach from children and pets.
While alcohol is unlikely to affect Optrex, alcohol can cause dehydration which may worsen the symptoms of dry or blood shot eyes.
Remove your contact lenses before applying the eye drops. Wait 15 minutes before putting your contact lenses back in.
Optrex should not affect your ability to drive or operate machinery. However, you should avoid driving or operating machinery if you experience blurry vision or any visual disturbances after applying the drops. In this case, you should refrain from these activities until you can see clearly to do them.
If Optrex Bloodshot eye drops do not work, or if your symptoms worsen, stop using Optrex Bloodshot eye drops and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
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