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Loteprednol is a topical steroid used to provide eye relief from symptoms associated with allergies. It has a smaller side effect profile compared to other ophthalmic steroids and combats symptoms of allergies starting with the inflammatory response. 

  • Loteprednol is an ophthalmic corticosteroid that helps reduce eye inflammation and symptoms of allergies
  • Applied to the affected eye four times daily
  • If symptom relief is not achieved after 2 days, then discontinue and seek an alternative
  • May be used with other eye drops separated by at least 5 minutes
  • Contact lenses must be removed before application and it is recommended to refrain from wearing contact lenses if eye redness occurs due to allergies
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  • Side Effects

    Side effects may include eye burning, eyelid swelling, or headache. 

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