Nepacure 0.1% eye drops are suspension (liquid) painkillers that relieve eye discomfort. It can reduce the pain and swelling that comes from cataract surgery. It is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). The mode of action of Nepacure 0.1% eye drops is by preventing the release of specific molecular messengers that produce pain and inflammation (irritation or redness and swelling) in the eye.
Directions for use of Nepacure 0.1% eye drops should be strictly followed. Clean hands should be used to administer Nepacure 0.1% eye drops. Use only the amount prescribed by the physician and wait around five minutes between administrations. If you wear contact lenses, pull them out before applying Nepacure 0.1% eye drops and keep them aside for 15 minutes before wearing them again. Do not touch the point of the bottle or dropper. It could result in infection.
Side effects of Nepacure 0.1% eye drops include reduced eyesight, increased eye or intraocular pressure, foreign body feeling in the eyes, and watery eyes. However, these are mostly temporary and disappear with time. However, it is important to consult a specialist in case of persisting or worsening symptoms. Always speak with your doctor about all other medications you take before starting treatment with Nepacure 0.1% eye drops. If you see any other medical illnesses or abnormalities, you must speak to your GP. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should seek medical advice before taking this eye drop....
Q: Is it safe to use Nepacure 0.1% eye drops for longer than 14 days?
A: You should not use Nepacure 0.1% eye drops for more than 14 days after cataract surgery unless your doctor suggests it.
Q: Will my eye hurt if the dropper tip accidentally touches my eye?
A: A contaminated dropper can potentially cause serious eye infections, leading to severe visual difficulties. Therefore, do not touch the Nepacure 0.1% eye drops tip. If you do this by accident, use a new dropper next time.
Q: Are Nepacure 0.1% eye drops not meant for use in certain people?
A: If you have diabetes, sensitivity to any eye drops for dry eye syndrome, bleeding or blood-clotting like haemophilia, or arthritis, consult your physician before using Nepacure 0.1% eye drops.