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Combigan is ophthalmic solution that can be prescribed to treat high pressure inside the eye in cases of glaucoma or ocular hypertension. Combigan contains Brimonidine an alpha agonist that allows eye fluid to flow easier, and the beta blocker Timolol to help reduce eye fluid. Both of these generic medications work together to reduce pressure in the eye.

Before using Combigan eye drops read all the paper work and directions given to you by your pharmacist. Take care to avoid contamination by washing your hands before administering the drops. Never let the tip of the eye dropper touch your eye or any surface. Remove your contact lenses before applying the eye drops. Take one drop in the effected eye(s) twice a day. If you are using other eye medication allow at least 10 minutes before administering a different eye drop to ensure the body absorbs the medication.

Before taking Combigan speak with your doctor regarding known allergies as there are ingredients that can induce an allergic reaction. Speak with your doctor about prior medical conditions relating to heart disease, lung disease, kidney or liver disease. Disclose any medications and supplements to ensure there are no interactions while taking Combigan.

If you are struggling with diabetes it may be harder to know when your blood sugar is low while taking Combigan. If you have diabetes check your blood sugar levels regularly when taking to ensure a safe treatment.

While taking Combigan you may feel dizzy, drowsy or have blurred vision. Do not operate heavy machinery or drive a vehicle until you know it is safe to do so. Avoid alcohol and cannabis as they can exasperate the dizzying effects. Speak with your doctor about the acceptable limits of these substances.

Common side can include:

temporary blurred vision, temporary burning/stinging/itching/redness of the eye, watery eyes, dry eyes, blurred vision, swollen or puffy eyes, dry mouth, feeling as if something is in the eye, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, weakness, tired feeling, cough, sore throat, nausea, upset stomach, unusual or unpleasant taste in your mouth, sensitivity to light, dry nose.

More serious side effects can also include:

vision changes, eye sensitivity to light, eye pain/swelling/discharge, slow or irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness, unusual tiredness, mental/mood changes, coldness/numbness/pain in the hands or feet, swelling ankles or feet, sudden unexplained weight gain, shortness of breath.

Speak with your doctor if any side effects becomes too severe while taking Combigan. If you experience any serious side effects speak with your doctor right away to get additional medical treatment.

Q: How should I store Combigan?

A: This should be stored at room temperature away from children and pets. Never dispose this medication in wastewater. If you are unsure of how to safely dispose unwanted or expired medications speak with your local pharmacist for disposal options.


Q: What happens if I miss a dose?

A: Take the missed dose as soon as you remember. If your missed does is close to your next scheduled dose, skip the missed dose and take the scheduled dose to avoid double dosing.


Q: Can I take Combigan eye drops when I am pregnant or breast feeding?

A: You should avoid use of Combigan while pregnant, however, you should consult your doctor to discuss the risk involved. This medication can pass into the breast milk of a nursing mother, however, there is not enough medical data to know if this will harm the nursed infant. It is recommended to consult with your doctor before using this medication while breast feeding.

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