Mofloren BF Eye Drop is a combination medicine containing bromfenac and moxifloxacin as its active ingredients. Mofloren BF Eye Drop is used for treating bacterial infections and inflammation of the eyes. Do not use these drops if you are having a history of allergy or asthma. If you experience blurring of vision even after a week of treatment or any symptoms of allergic reactions contact your doctor immediately. Only use it after the doctor advises if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not use it in newborn babies and children. Use these drops in the exact dose and as instructed by your doctor. Avoid contaminating the tip of the bottle, use it within 4 weeks of opening the drops. Avoid using contact lenses while on this medicine. You may experience eye irritation, itching, pain, redness and blurred vision. If these side effects persist and do not resolve, inform your doctor or visit the nearest clinic....
Q: How does the Mofloren BF Eye Drops work?
A: Moxifloxacin is an antibiotic medicine, which stops the process of growth and multiplication of bacteria. Bromfenac blocks certain chemicals and stops the inflammatory changes. Thus, this combination helps in relieving the patient's symptoms like redness, pain and eye discharge.
Q: How to use Mofloren BF Eye Drops?
A: Use this medicine as instructed by your doctor. Follow directions carefully. Do not miss doses. Wash your hands thoroughly before and after applying. 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.
Q: Can I use other eye drops along with Mofloren BF eye drops?
A: Mofloren BF eye drops contain Moxifloxacin and Bromfenac medicine. You should consult your doctor if you already use any other eye drops.
Q: Will Mofloren BF eye drop cause blurry vision?
A: Yes, Mofloren BF eye drops may cause blurry vision for sometime or short duration. If these conditions worsens, connect with your doctor. Avoid performing any activities requiring consciousness such as driving, cutting.