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Lumigan Eye Drops

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Lumigan® (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) for the treatment of high eye pressure. This condition can occur alone or may be a complication of open angle glaucoma. This medication comes in an eye drop and is applied to the eyes once a day, preferably in the evening.
 
If you wear contact lenses, you need to remove them before applying Lumigan; keep them out for at least 15 minutes afterward. Like any medication, side effects are possible with these eye drops. Common ones include red eyes, itchy eyes, and increased eyelash growth.
 
(Click Lumigan to learn how these eye drops work, important dosing instructions, whether a generic version is available, and more.)
 

Lumigan Eye Drops

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