Dorzox T Eye Drop is a combination of Dorzolamide and Timolol. It is used to lower the pressure built within the eye (ocular hypertension) and open-angle glaucoma. It works by decreasing the production of aqueous humour (fluid filled in the eye) which further lowers the eye pressure. It should not be used in children below 2 years of age. Dorzox T Eye Drops should be used externally only. Avoid the use of contact lenses. Avoid touching the dropper with your eye. Inform your doctor if you have heart or respiratory conditions and are on other medications as well. You may experience eye irritation, burning sensation, dryness, blurred vision. If these symptoms do not resolve or worsen, consult with your doctor....
Q: How long can I use Dorzox T Eye Drops?
A: You should use Dorzox T Eye Drops for the duration advised by your doctor. Once you open the bottle make sure you use it within 4 weeks of opening.
Q: Can Dorzox T Eye Drops lower the blood pressure?
A: No, Dorzox T Eye Drops does not significantly lower the systemic blood pressure. It lowers the pressure in the eye (ocular pressure).
Q: Will Dorzox T Eye Drops cause blurry vision?
A: Yes, Dorzox T Eye Drops may cause blurry vision for some time or short duration. If these conditions worsen, connect with your doctor. Avoid performing any activities requiring consciousness.
Q: Can I stop taking Dorzox T Eye Drops when I feel better?
A: No, do not stop taking Dorzox T Eye Drops. Your symptoms may improve before the condition being cured completely. You should complete the full course of treatment, else the condition might worsen later. Always consult your doctor before stopping any medicine.
Q: What is the difference between Dorzox T Eye Drops and Dorzox Eye Drop?
A: Dorzox T Eye Drops is a fixed combination medicine which contains Dorzolamide and Timolol, whereas Dorzox Eye Drops contains only Dorzolamide. This combination of medicine provides an additional effect on reducing intraocular pressure compared to either component administered alone. You should only use the medicine prescribed by your doctor, as the same shall be based on your diagnosis and medical history.