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Flurisone 0.1% Eye Drops
Flurisone 0.1% Eye Drops
Flurisone 0.1% Eye Drops
Flurisone 0.1% Eye Drops
Flurisone 0.1% Eye Drops
Flurisone 0.1% Eye Drops

Flurisone 0.1% Eye Drops

5ml Eye Drop in Bottle
MRP 140.00
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Flurisone 0.1 %W/V Description

Flurisone Eye Drop are used to treat inflammation (redness, swelling, soreness) in the eyes. It contains fluorometholone, which belongs to a class of medicines called steroids. Before using Flurisone

Eye Drop, discuss it with your doctor if you have any other eye conditions. You may experience burning, irritation, pain or increased pressure in the eyes while using this medicine. Contact your doctor immediately if you feel the side effects persist or your condition worsens.


Product Summary

Offer Price₹120.40
You Save₹19.60 (14% on MRP)
ContainsFluorometholone(0.1 %W/V)
UsesEye infection
Side effectsBurning sensation in the eyes, increased pressure in the eye, eye irritation
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Uses of Flurisone 0.1 %W/V

Flurisone Eye Drop is used in reducing redness, swelling, itching and soreness in the eye.

Contraindications of Flurisone 0.1 %W/V

  • If you are allergic to Fluorometholone or any other ingredients of Flurisone Eye Drop.
  • If you are suffering from any fungal, bacterial or viral eye infections.

Side effects of Flurisone 0.1 %W/V

  • Burning sensation in the eyes
  • Increased pressure in the eye
  • Eye irritation
  • Eye pain
  • Eye discharge
  • Blurred vision

Precautions and Warnings of Flurisone 0.1 %W/V



Can I use Flurisone Eye Drop during pregnancy?
Flurisone Eye Drop is not recommended during pregnancy, as there is limited information about their effects in human pregnancy. It is essential to always consult a doctor before starting any medicine during pregnancy.

Breast Feeding

Can I use Flurisone Eye Drop while breastfeeding?
Flurisone Eye Drop should not be used while breastfeeding as it is unknown if Fluorometholone passes into breastmilk. Consult your doctor before using any medicine during breastfeeding.


Can I drive if I have used Flurisone Eye Drop?
Flurisone Eye Drop may temporarily blur your vision. Hence, avoid driving until your vision is clear.


Can I consume alcohol if I have used Flurisone Eye Drop?
There is no information available on the interaction of Flurisone Eye Drop with alcohol.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • You have any other eye problems.
  • You have or had in the past been treated for a viral infection caused by herpes simplex.
  • You do not notice any improvement in your condition after using Flurisone Eye Drop for 7 days.
  • You experience any visual disturbances or blurred vision.
  • You need to avoid wearing contact lenses for at least 15 minutes after instilling Flurisone Eye Drop.
  • Long-term use of Flurisone Eye Drop may cause an increase in the pressure inside your eyes, leading to glaucoma, blurred vision, cataracts or delayed wound healing.
  • The Eye Drop bottle should only be used by one person. Use by more than one person may spread the infection.
  • Flurisone Eye Drop is not recommended for use in children below 2 years of age.

Mode of Action of Flurisone 0.1 %W/V

How Does It Work?

Fluorometholone in Flurisone Eye Drop works by blocking certain chemical substances in the body called prostaglandins which cause inflammation (redness, swelling, burning, itching) in the eyes.

Directions for Use of Flurisone 0.1 %W/V

  • Use Flurisone Eye Drop as instructed by your doctor.
  • Follow the directions carefully. Do not miss doses.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly before and after applying Flurisone Eye Drop.
  • Shake well before use.
  • Read the instructions on the label before usage.
  • If you are wearing contact lenses, remove them and then instil the drops.
  • Close your eyes for 2 - 3 minutes and do not blink or squeeze.
  • Avoid touching your eyes with the dropper. Keep the dropper clean.
  • Wipe any excess liquid from your face with a tissue.
  • Use the exact number of drops recommended.
  • If you are prescribed any other Eye Drops, you need to wait at least 5 minutes between both the drops.

Interactions of Flurisone 0.1 %W/V

Interactions with other medicines

  • You should always tell the doctor if you are taking any other medicines, herbal preparations or supplements to avoid any interactions with Flurisone Eye Drop.
  • If you use another Eye Drop product concomitantly with Flurisone Eye Drop, keep a minimum gap of 15 minutes between the application of both medicines.
  • Simultaneous use of Flurisone Eye Drop along with medicines like ritonavir, cobicistat (used in HIV infection) may increase the risk of you having side effects.

Storage and disposal of Flurisone 0.1 %W/V

  • Store Flurisone Eye Drop below 25°C in a clean and dry place.
  • Keep it away from children and pets.
  • You should not use the Eye Drops once the expiry date has passed. Discard it properly.
  • You need to discard the medicine 4 weeks from first opening it.
  • Do not use this medicine if you notice the contents are of a different colour in any way or if particles are present.

Dosage of Flurisone 0.1 %W/V


If you feel you have instilled Flurisone Eye Drop more than you should, rinse your eyes with warm water. Do not put in any more drops until it is time for your next dose.

Missed a Dose

If you have missed a dose, use it as soon as possible it. Do not use a double dose of Flurisone Eye Drop to compensate for the missed one.

Content Details


Dr. Mansi Savla

B. Pharm, PharmD


Dr. Ritu Budania

MBBS, MD (Pharmacology)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Q: Can Flurisone Eye Drop be used with contact lenses?

A: No, you should remove contact lenses and then instil any Eye Drops.

Q: Can I use Flurisone Eye Drop for viral conjunctivitis?

A: You must consult a doctor before using Flurisone Eye Drop to treat viral conjunctivitis. Do not self-medicate. Based on proper diagnosis, the doctor shall prescribe the same.

Q: Is Flurisone Eye Drop antibiotic?

A: No, Flurisone Eye Drop is not antibiotic medicine. It contains fluorometholone, which belongs to a class of medicines called steroids.
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Last Updated on: 19 May 2022 | 05:13 PM (IST)

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