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Were you looking for information about Betimol? Betamol is a common misspelling of Betimol.
 
Betimol® (timolol) is a medication often prescribed for lowering eye pressure in people with high eye pressure or chronic open angle glaucoma. It works to reduce pressure within the eye by decreasing the amount of fluid produced by the eye (known as aqueous humor). Although most people tolerate it well, potential side effects include burning, stinging, and dry eyes. This medicine comes as an eye drop and is typically applied to the affected eye once or twice a day.
 
(Click Betimol to learn more about when and how to use Betimol eye drops, how this medicine works, and the warnings and precautions associated with this drug. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on Betimol.)
 
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