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... Assuming I do have mild conjunctivitis, how long should I take Tobradex before trying contacts again? ... (0 replies)
... months, stye would come and go but the tobradex worked! However after all was said and done I developed recurrent cornea errosion RCE problem in the same eye. ... (4 replies)
... and prescribed Tobradex by my optometrist, 1 drop, 4x a day for 7 days. ... (4 replies)

... Cosmetic" contact lenses are generally for vision correction. They are not "bandage" contacts used for medical eye treatment. ... (11 replies)
... I've read that the BC preservative is used to preserve new contact lenses. assuming this is correct, how, then, would it be damaging to contacts? ... (11 replies)
... I truly thought your eye doctor said NOT to wear your contacts while you were under treatment of a corneal infection. I would question a cosmetic contact lens on an eye when it is being treated for any type of corneal infection. ... (11 replies)
... Your doctor said ......"IF and only IF your eye is as white as my shirt" meaning NO signs of infections,then you can START to wear your contact lenses. BUT you will not be using your TobraDex for treatment ANY MORE. ... (11 replies)
... It's the molecular structure of Benzalkinium Chloride that is easily absorbed into the matix of all hydrogal contact lenses, causing the material to discolor and loose water content. ... (11 replies)
... I found that the preservative in Tobradex is Benzalkonium Chloride, which apparently is often used as a preservative in contact lenses, so I'm going to assume what I read before was Internet misinformation (that said preservative would damage lenses) and that the doctor is right. (11 replies)
... Even if the perservatives in Tobradex could ruin a hydragel contact lens,it is totaly contraindicated to wear cosmetic contact lenses on a cornea that is inflammed,infected (keratitis). (11 replies)
... the drops with my contacts in. I was pretty surprised, but he assured me this was the case. However, I Googled and found people saying that the preservatives of Tobradex would ruin my contact lenses. ... (11 replies)
Jul 22, 2005
... TobraDex will ruin your contact lenses because preservatives in the medication will build up on your contacts and make them very difficult to see through. ... (4 replies)
Jul 21, 2005
... also, the medicine will not be absorbed into the eye if you put it in with contact lenses. And, if you want to help your eyes heal you need to let them rest for a few days, without contact lenses. ... (4 replies)
... I have been wearing 2 week contact lenses with no problems for over 7 years. I have always had seasonal allergies to pollen but contacts have actually helped alleviate symptoms for me. ... (2 replies)
... This is the first time I've ever had the dreaded pink eye, and it's been terrible. My doctor prescribed TobraDex, which cleared things up in a few days. But a few days after I stopped using it, the infection came back in my right eye. I used the drops for a few more days, then it came back in my left eye. I replaced my contact lenses (didn't wear them at all for a... (6 replies)
... The Tobradex is amazing, I actually look human again after 2.5 days of use! ... (4 replies)
... Hi! I am curretnly 26 years old and was diagnosed with kerataconus in my late teens. At first I was able to wear soft contact lenses without any problems. ... (6 replies)
... Have you ever thought that maybe you are allergic to your contact lenses, or contact lens solution? ... (19 replies)
... tors, first i as told it was allergies so i took allergy drops , didnt work , i stopped wearing contacts for a month and there was no change. I saw 2 doctors, a contact lense specialist and a eye doc that can perscribe antibiotics. ... (2 replies)
... However, upon putting my lenses in, they were uncomfortable and caused a red circle around the lenses as well as light sensitivity. ... (2 replies)

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