Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020963/001.

Names and composition

"TIMOLOL MALEATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of TIMOLOL MALEATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020963/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION, GEL FORMING/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
020963/002 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION, GEL FORMING/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
072001/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072002/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072003/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072269/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072270/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072271/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072466/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072467/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072468/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
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072551/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072552/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072648/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072649/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072650/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072668/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072668/002 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072668/003 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072917/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072918/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072919/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
074261/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
074262/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
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074515/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
074516/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
074667/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
074668/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
074746/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
074747/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
074776/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
074778/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
075163/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
075411/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
075412/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
077259/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
077259/002 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
078771/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
078771/002 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
204912/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.5%
204936/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018017/001 BLOCADREN TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
018017/002 BLOCADREN TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
018017/004 BLOCADREN TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
018086/001 TIMOPTIC TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
018086/002 TIMOPTIC TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
019463/001 TIMOPTIC IN OCUDOSE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
019463/002 TIMOPTIC IN OCUDOSE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
020330/001 TIMOPTIC-XE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION, GEL FORMING/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
020330/002 TIMOPTIC-XE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION, GEL FORMING/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
020963/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION, GEL FORMING/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
020963/002 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION, GEL FORMING/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
021516/001 ISTALOL TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
072001/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072002/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072003/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072269/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072270/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072271/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072466/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072467/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072468/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072550/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072551/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
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072668/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072668/002 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072668/003 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072917/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 5MG
072918/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072919/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
074261/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
074262/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
074465/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
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074515/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
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074668/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
074746/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
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074776/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
074778/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
075163/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
075411/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
075412/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
077259/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
077259/002 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE
078771/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.25% BASE
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204912/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.5%
204936/001 TIMOLOL MALEATE TIMOLOL MALEATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC EQ 0.5% BASE

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Answered questions

Which of this three medication give glaucoma...Alphagan,Timolol Maleate,or Prednisolone Acetate?
Asked by Terrell Brauning 1 year ago.

glaucoma is an increase in intra-ocular pressure which needs drugs as alphagen and timolol to decrease aqueous humor the fluid in the eye or exactly to allow removal of xxs fluid so prednisolone unless prescribed by a doc for severe inflammation is not suitable Answered by Gracia Maclellan 1 year ago.

for a treatment of one complaint, you get a gift of other one--for example ---treatment of nephrites or nephotic syndrom large amount of prednisolon being prescribed in a tapering dose--- still you get this complication and treat with first two you said Answered by Elisha Boxell 1 year ago.

among these drugs timolol is the drug of choice. Answered by Eli Saches 1 year ago.


How would a person be symptomatic of if he was dying from end stage parkinsons?
my dad has that finding but he did not seem symptomatic to me and no doctor before the ER in the hospital brought it up. he was having trouble with timolol maleate eyedrops and his heart rate went way down for one thing. Asked by Brittani Ruiter 1 year ago.

I worked in an Memory Care Unit at an Assisted Living Facility. Knowing signs and symptoms of these residents was one of the things that we did everyday. Anything out of the norm with the residents was documented-anything really unusual was brought up to the Director. Look for anything that would be different with your dad (I know everyday can be different but trust me). If he seems tired more then usual, cannot keep his balance even with support, doesn't react to your voice or to usual cues or has sudden and unexplained outbursts etc etc etc... These all could mean that he is having some kind of pain or discomfort. If in doubt-try to ask him if something is wrong or bothering him. He might not respond using words that make sense or with words at all, but he might touch his eye or his hand telling you that it hurts. Answered by Rima Ostroot 1 year ago.

The Parkinson's Reversing Breakthrough? Answered by Jeanetta Honanie 1 year ago.


My four year old Yorkie's right eye has turned white. Please help. Read additional detail. Please help.?
just to list the medications the VET perscribed to give everyone a better idea .. also, we keep reading that this whiteness COULD be temporary .. what are the odds of this white cloudy effect leaving and her eyesight coming back ??Molly (my Yorkie) is on the following for her eye:Cefa-Drops Cefadroxil... Asked by Kim Fiorello 1 year ago.

I have a Yorkie that just turned four this July 4th, 2009. This morning she woke up squinting and blinking on her right eye. We checked her eye and couldn't find anything so we decided to go to the VET ASAP to get it looked at. In a matter of ONE HOUR her eye went from squinting and brown to half open and milky (cloudy) white. The VET told us she had Glaucoma and gave us two different eye droppers, a dropper to be taken orally and a cream to be put in the actual eye. All of these were to be applied and/or administered twice a day and we're going back to see the VET tomorrow at 10:00am. He said there was a 50/50 chance of her being blind in her right eye and I'm just a wreck crying because I can't figure out why or how this even happened. She was fine and in a matter of one hour her eye turned white. I read in places that it could be an ulceration and would be temporary whiteness until it heals ?? Please help. Any ideas. I'm a mess and this dog is one of my best friends. The VET seemed soo casual about the whole thing and I just want answers. I don't see how my puppy can juts go blind in a matter of one hour. He mentioned genetics but why NOW ?? and why THIS FAST ?? Please help with an answer or a reference or anything. I just can't stop crying. I know it's just her eye but this dog is family and it's just soo hard because we spoil her soo much and it's hard when she's going through misfortune. Also, she is in NO pain or discomfort. She is acting like her regular self just with a white (cloudy) right eye. She's eating and drinking. I hope this is temporary, a website said it could be an ulceration and that this whiteness was a way to protect the eye while it's healing (which could take up to four days). Please help. Thank you soo much. Answered by Page Bandura 1 year ago.

just to list the medications the VET perscribed to give everyone a better idea .. also, we keep reading that this whiteness COULD be temporary .. what are the odds of this white cloudy effect leaving and her eyesight coming back ?? Molly (my Yorkie) is on the following for her eye: Cefa-Drops Cefadroxil 50mg/ml twice a day Timolol Maleate Ophthalmic Solution USP twice a day Sodium Chloride Ophthalmic Ointment USP, 5% twice a day Flurbiprofen 0.04% Solution Twice a day Methazolamide 50 mg tablet that she gets 1/4 of each pill twice a day she was also on steroids for alergies and the VET told us to start using them once a day EVERY day instead of the once every other day pattern we were doing .. that perscription is: Prednisolone Tablets 5 mg hope this helps and please give us anything you can think of .. thanks Answered by Antione Gavigan 1 year ago.

I don't want to second guess your vet but it sounds more like your dog injured the cornea of her eye.This will cause squinting and a quick clouding to the eye.Glaucoma is a very painful eye disorder.What did he give you for medicine and how did he determine glaucoma?A scratch or small puncture on the cornea will heal relatively quickly with antibiotic drops to the eye. Here is some info: Diagnosis: The classical signs of glaucoma, which are often signs of advanced glaucoma, include: episcleral congestion, or a "red eye", due to resistance to venous flow and veins become dilated; megaloglobus, or enlargement of the eye, which is a sign of advanced and usually chronic glaucoma (although a young dog with less scleral rigidity may show enlarged globes earlier than older dogs); the eyelid may not be able to completely close over the enlarged eye, sometimes resulting in corneal ulceration. Most veterinarians will recognize glaucoma at this stage, although by this time, vision is permanently lost. Dislocation of the lens may also occur at this time due to stretching of the fibers which hold it in place. Early signs of glaucoma: The early signs of glaucoma, which may not be recognized as such, may consist of mild conjunctival inflammation, which can mimic conjunctivitis; increased tearing and pain; and photophobia (sensitivity to light which results in some "squinting" of the eye). Visual impairment is rarely observed at this stage, even when both eyes are involved. The cornea begins to become cloudy as well. The general practitioner is not always aware of the early signs or of the predisposed breeds, and that is where we can be of help, by requesting that he/she measure IOP (intraocular pressure) as a part of the examination of the eye. If IOP is elevated above 50 mm Hg, corneal edema (cloudiness), inflammation, and a dilated fixed pupil are characteristic. Normal IOP ranges from 15 to 25 or 30 mm Hg (20 or below is preferred). If IOP is 30 to 50 mm Hg, the pupil may be moderately dilated and have a sluggish reaction to light. Answered by Antonia Diven 1 year ago.

Vet is correct in it is often a hereditary issue. If there was an ulceration, it would be visible when the vet examined the eye. It isn't uncommon for a dog with glaucoma to lose sight quickly esp. if not treated or if symptoms weren't noticed til too late. You should get a 2nd opinion which I advise for any serious condition & possible go to eye specialist vet instead. Possibly in time the other eye could be affected or the bad eye might have to be removed. Young dogs adapt well to sight loss & I wouldn't worry much about that. Answered by Jennell Larubbio 1 year ago.

We have been researching this for many years now. It is rare that someone born of Christian parents would have these abilities - our research shows that the tendency for the "religious" gene sequence usually disallows this. I would have to imagine that the father of the child is not a Christian. Either way, For your information, this is a natural phenomenon - similar to a radio receiver picking up frequencies. The brain has dormant sections that are receptive to events relative to locations. That is, when an event takes place, the energy of the event can leave an imprint on the location of the activity. Humans have the potential to re-project these energies onto a location or in their imaginations. It all seems weird or strange to most people who are not aware of this extension of reality, but it is a legitimate natural phenomenon. You'll be seeing a lot more of this culminating in the revolution of 2012. We have been holding back world culture since 1952 when we first had re-contact with extra-terrestrials. This is how we have introduced change (internet, micro-processors, microwave technology, nuclear power, etc.) We are working in conjunction with them to bring our World out of (as they say) the Bronze Age! All will be manifest soon. It is not an easy task and it is humanity that is a stake, as we are trying to introduce truth to the World in a manner in which they can handle. We go back a long way - we created Judaism, Christianity and Islam for our purposes and now we must de-construct all this to prepare for the New World Order. Don't worry about your daughter, she is "more normal" than you are! Don't worry about her "soul" either! There is no such thing. Of this we are now positive. There is no "God" (as you see it- that was OUR invention), there was no Jesus or Moses. All this will be revealed to everyone's complete understanding and will realize that history has been directed for the good of the people. You are living in an exiting age, my friend. Just wait to see what the next seven years bring! OH the things you'll see! Answered by Lorri Visker 1 year ago.

My toy poodle went blind in both of her eyes at a very young age too. Although it took her a while to find her way around the house, she was fine. She still played like normal and she was fine. She lived to be 15 before she finally died. Don't worry about it. I know it's scary to have something like this happen to your pet, but your dog will be able to adjust to her blindness and she will continue to be the same dog she always was. Just do what the vet says. They are an expert and they will help you as best they can. Answered by Irina Ledet 1 year ago.

I can't help as I have not come across this before, but just want to offer my support. You can do no more than put him in your vets hands. I'm sure he wouldn't of meant it in the casual way you think, but they do try and stay calm to help you stay calm. Please do let us know. Answered by Veronica Lanini 1 year ago.


Is the eyedrop named Istalol QD available in U.A.E?If yes,where??
Plz answer this question as it is very important for me.and if possible plz specify the pharmacy. Asked by Maisha Skaff 1 year ago.

istalol is just another form of timilol maleate solution. Timolol is a very common glaucoma drop that can be found anywhere. Istalol is a brand name of timolol that costs twice as much and has the same effect in my opinion. Answered by Sal Puthiyamadam 1 year ago.


Can vet prescribed eye drops cause a seizure?
Hello. Today I took my dog into the vet because he is displaying symptoms of heavy breathing and very red eyes. One of his eyes seems lazy after sleeping (it seems to roll back in his head) so I wanted to get that checked out. The vet did a glaucoma test and the pressure wasn't that high (17 and 18) but higher... Asked by Arlen Mazique 1 year ago.

Hello. Today I took my dog into the vet because he is displaying symptoms of heavy breathing and very red eyes. One of his eyes seems lazy after sleeping (it seems to roll back in his head) so I wanted to get that checked out. The vet did a glaucoma test and the pressure wasn't that high (17 and 18) but higher than it should be. He prescribed two eye drops: timolol maleate and neomycin polymyxin b sulfates and dexamethasone. Before we left the office at 3:45pm, he administered both drops to show us how to do it properly. At approximately 8:00pm, our dog had a horrible seizure. It is the first one he has ever had and it lasted for about 15 minutes. Could these eye drops either individually or in combination caused this reaction? Answered by Viola Matulewicz 1 year ago.

I think the lazy eye is more likely to be related to the seizure than the medicines prescribed for glaucoma. There may be a neurological problem that warrants an MRI scan. Answered by Jacquelynn Mouret 1 year ago.

There are a great many possible causes for seizures in dogs but I feel quite certain that eye drops aren't one of them. If you want to do a search for "causes of seizures in dogs" you will find a long list. Answered by Marcia Parpan 1 year ago.

No. Those eye drops could not possibly cause a seizure. Your dog has neurological problems that those drops would not help with (but they wouldn't hurt, either). Answered by Vance Brooker 1 year ago.

Should have taken it to an ER vet immediately at the start of the seizure. No one, including a vet, can diagnose/treat your dog without examining it, least of all YA. Answered by Erwin Poitra 1 year ago.

The other possible cause here is a tumour behind the eye somewhere. You do need to get back to the vets and get this investigated. Do you ever remember him having a severe blow to the head at all. Answered by Deanna Brandstetter 1 year ago.

great question for your vet Answered by Thalia Bellantuono 1 year ago.


Which of this three medication give glaucoma...Alphagan,Timolol Maleate,or Prednisolone Acetate?
Asked by Breanne Antill 1 year ago.

glaucoma is an increase in intra-ocular pressure which needs drugs as alphagen and timolol to decrease aqueous humor the fluid in the eye or exactly to allow removal of xxs fluid so prednisolone unless prescribed by a doc for severe inflammation is not suitable Answered by Adan Bringantino 1 year ago.

for a treatment of one complaint, you get a gift of other one--for example ---treatment of nephrites or nephotic syndrom large amount of prednisolon being prescribed in a tapering dose--- still you get this complication and treat with first two you said Answered by Jayna Rothermel 1 year ago.

among these drugs timolol is the drug of choice. Answered by Gena Dungey 1 year ago.


How would a person be symptomatic of if he was dying from end stage parkinsons?
my dad has that finding but he did not seem symptomatic to me and no doctor before the ER in the hospital brought it up. he was having trouble with timolol maleate eyedrops and his heart rate went way down for one thing. Asked by Lon Marnell 1 year ago.

I worked in an Memory Care Unit at an Assisted Living Facility. Knowing signs and symptoms of these residents was one of the things that we did everyday. Anything out of the norm with the residents was documented-anything really unusual was brought up to the Director. Look for anything that would be different with your dad (I know everyday can be different but trust me). If he seems tired more then usual, cannot keep his balance even with support, doesn't react to your voice or to usual cues or has sudden and unexplained outbursts etc etc etc... These all could mean that he is having some kind of pain or discomfort. If in doubt-try to ask him if something is wrong or bothering him. He might not respond using words that make sense or with words at all, but he might touch his eye or his hand telling you that it hurts. Answered by Nydia Rossow 1 year ago.

The Parkinson's Reversing Breakthrough? Answered by Melita Marcelin 1 year ago.


My four year old Yorkie's right eye has turned white. Please help. Read additional detail. Please help.?
just to list the medications the VET perscribed to give everyone a better idea .. also, we keep reading that this whiteness COULD be temporary .. what are the odds of this white cloudy effect leaving and her eyesight coming back ??Molly (my Yorkie) is on the following for her eye:Cefa-Drops Cefadroxil... Asked by Orpha Waln 1 year ago.

I have a Yorkie that just turned four this July 4th, 2009. This morning she woke up squinting and blinking on her right eye. We checked her eye and couldn't find anything so we decided to go to the VET ASAP to get it looked at. In a matter of ONE HOUR her eye went from squinting and brown to half open and milky (cloudy) white. The VET told us she had Glaucoma and gave us two different eye droppers, a dropper to be taken orally and a cream to be put in the actual eye. All of these were to be applied and/or administered twice a day and we're going back to see the VET tomorrow at 10:00am. He said there was a 50/50 chance of her being blind in her right eye and I'm just a wreck crying because I can't figure out why or how this even happened. She was fine and in a matter of one hour her eye turned white. I read in places that it could be an ulceration and would be temporary whiteness until it heals ?? Please help. Any ideas. I'm a mess and this dog is one of my best friends. The VET seemed soo casual about the whole thing and I just want answers. I don't see how my puppy can juts go blind in a matter of one hour. He mentioned genetics but why NOW ?? and why THIS FAST ?? Please help with an answer or a reference or anything. I just can't stop crying. I know it's just her eye but this dog is family and it's just soo hard because we spoil her soo much and it's hard when she's going through misfortune. Also, she is in NO pain or discomfort. She is acting like her regular self just with a white (cloudy) right eye. She's eating and drinking. I hope this is temporary, a website said it could be an ulceration and that this whiteness was a way to protect the eye while it's healing (which could take up to four days). Please help. Thank you soo much. Answered by Terrie Zarella 1 year ago.

just to list the medications the VET perscribed to give everyone a better idea .. also, we keep reading that this whiteness COULD be temporary .. what are the odds of this white cloudy effect leaving and her eyesight coming back ?? Molly (my Yorkie) is on the following for her eye: Cefa-Drops Cefadroxil 50mg/ml twice a day Timolol Maleate Ophthalmic Solution USP twice a day Sodium Chloride Ophthalmic Ointment USP, 5% twice a day Flurbiprofen 0.04% Solution Twice a day Methazolamide 50 mg tablet that she gets 1/4 of each pill twice a day she was also on steroids for alergies and the VET told us to start using them once a day EVERY day instead of the once every other day pattern we were doing .. that perscription is: Prednisolone Tablets 5 mg hope this helps and please give us anything you can think of .. thanks Answered by Thao Givliani 1 year ago.

I don't want to second guess your vet but it sounds more like your dog injured the cornea of her eye.This will cause squinting and a quick clouding to the eye.Glaucoma is a very painful eye disorder.What did he give you for medicine and how did he determine glaucoma?A scratch or small puncture on the cornea will heal relatively quickly with antibiotic drops to the eye. Here is some info: Diagnosis: The classical signs of glaucoma, which are often signs of advanced glaucoma, include: episcleral congestion, or a "red eye", due to resistance to venous flow and veins become dilated; megaloglobus, or enlargement of the eye, which is a sign of advanced and usually chronic glaucoma (although a young dog with less scleral rigidity may show enlarged globes earlier than older dogs); the eyelid may not be able to completely close over the enlarged eye, sometimes resulting in corneal ulceration. Most veterinarians will recognize glaucoma at this stage, although by this time, vision is permanently lost. Dislocation of the lens may also occur at this time due to stretching of the fibers which hold it in place. Early signs of glaucoma: The early signs of glaucoma, which may not be recognized as such, may consist of mild conjunctival inflammation, which can mimic conjunctivitis; increased tearing and pain; and photophobia (sensitivity to light which results in some "squinting" of the eye). Visual impairment is rarely observed at this stage, even when both eyes are involved. The cornea begins to become cloudy as well. The general practitioner is not always aware of the early signs or of the predisposed breeds, and that is where we can be of help, by requesting that he/she measure IOP (intraocular pressure) as a part of the examination of the eye. If IOP is elevated above 50 mm Hg, corneal edema (cloudiness), inflammation, and a dilated fixed pupil are characteristic. Normal IOP ranges from 15 to 25 or 30 mm Hg (20 or below is preferred). If IOP is 30 to 50 mm Hg, the pupil may be moderately dilated and have a sluggish reaction to light. Answered by Marquerite Jovel 1 year ago.

Vet is correct in it is often a hereditary issue. If there was an ulceration, it would be visible when the vet examined the eye. It isn't uncommon for a dog with glaucoma to lose sight quickly esp. if not treated or if symptoms weren't noticed til too late. You should get a 2nd opinion which I advise for any serious condition & possible go to eye specialist vet instead. Possibly in time the other eye could be affected or the bad eye might have to be removed. Young dogs adapt well to sight loss & I wouldn't worry much about that. Answered by Quintin Flamio 1 year ago.

We have been researching this for many years now. It is rare that someone born of Christian parents would have these abilities - our research shows that the tendency for the "religious" gene sequence usually disallows this. I would have to imagine that the father of the child is not a Christian. Either way, For your information, this is a natural phenomenon - similar to a radio receiver picking up frequencies. The brain has dormant sections that are receptive to events relative to locations. That is, when an event takes place, the energy of the event can leave an imprint on the location of the activity. Humans have the potential to re-project these energies onto a location or in their imaginations. It all seems weird or strange to most people who are not aware of this extension of reality, but it is a legitimate natural phenomenon. You'll be seeing a lot more of this culminating in the revolution of 2012. We have been holding back world culture since 1952 when we first had re-contact with extra-terrestrials. This is how we have introduced change (internet, micro-processors, microwave technology, nuclear power, etc.) We are working in conjunction with them to bring our World out of (as they say) the Bronze Age! All will be manifest soon. It is not an easy task and it is humanity that is a stake, as we are trying to introduce truth to the World in a manner in which they can handle. We go back a long way - we created Judaism, Christianity and Islam for our purposes and now we must de-construct all this to prepare for the New World Order. Don't worry about your daughter, she is "more normal" than you are! Don't worry about her "soul" either! There is no such thing. Of this we are now positive. There is no "God" (as you see it- that was OUR invention), there was no Jesus or Moses. All this will be revealed to everyone's complete understanding and will realize that history has been directed for the good of the people. You are living in an exiting age, my friend. Just wait to see what the next seven years bring! OH the things you'll see! Answered by Antone Krzykowski 1 year ago.

My toy poodle went blind in both of her eyes at a very young age too. Although it took her a while to find her way around the house, she was fine. She still played like normal and she was fine. She lived to be 15 before she finally died. Don't worry about it. I know it's scary to have something like this happen to your pet, but your dog will be able to adjust to her blindness and she will continue to be the same dog she always was. Just do what the vet says. They are an expert and they will help you as best they can. Answered by Will Semenick 1 year ago.

I can't help as I have not come across this before, but just want to offer my support. You can do no more than put him in your vets hands. I'm sure he wouldn't of meant it in the casual way you think, but they do try and stay calm to help you stay calm. Please do let us know. Answered by Abbey Deshazo 1 year ago.


Is the eyedrop named Istalol QD available in U.A.E?If yes,where??
Plz answer this question as it is very important for me.and if possible plz specify the pharmacy. Asked by Georgeann Davault 1 year ago.

istalol is just another form of timilol maleate solution. Timolol is a very common glaucoma drop that can be found anywhere. Istalol is a brand name of timolol that costs twice as much and has the same effect in my opinion. Answered by Oralia Moreschi 1 year ago.


Can vet prescribed eye drops cause a seizure?
Hello. Today I took my dog into the vet because he is displaying symptoms of heavy breathing and very red eyes. One of his eyes seems lazy after sleeping (it seems to roll back in his head) so I wanted to get that checked out. The vet did a glaucoma test and the pressure wasn't that high (17 and 18) but higher... Asked by Katie Deignan 1 year ago.

Hello. Today I took my dog into the vet because he is displaying symptoms of heavy breathing and very red eyes. One of his eyes seems lazy after sleeping (it seems to roll back in his head) so I wanted to get that checked out. The vet did a glaucoma test and the pressure wasn't that high (17 and 18) but higher than it should be. He prescribed two eye drops: timolol maleate and neomycin polymyxin b sulfates and dexamethasone. Before we left the office at 3:45pm, he administered both drops to show us how to do it properly. At approximately 8:00pm, our dog had a horrible seizure. It is the first one he has ever had and it lasted for about 15 minutes. Could these eye drops either individually or in combination caused this reaction? Answered by Arline Bruzewski 1 year ago.

I think the lazy eye is more likely to be related to the seizure than the medicines prescribed for glaucoma. There may be a neurological problem that warrants an MRI scan. Answered by Lasonya Asmussen 1 year ago.

There are a great many possible causes for seizures in dogs but I feel quite certain that eye drops aren't one of them. If you want to do a search for "causes of seizures in dogs" you will find a long list. Answered by Edmund Patti 1 year ago.

No. Those eye drops could not possibly cause a seizure. Your dog has neurological problems that those drops would not help with (but they wouldn't hurt, either). Answered by Albina Kaleiwahea 1 year ago.

Should have taken it to an ER vet immediately at the start of the seizure. No one, including a vet, can diagnose/treat your dog without examining it, least of all YA. Answered by Coleman Lagan 1 year ago.

The other possible cause here is a tumour behind the eye somewhere. You do need to get back to the vets and get this investigated. Do you ever remember him having a severe blow to the head at all. Answered by Julius Koelewyn 1 year ago.

great question for your vet Answered by Truman Koers 1 year ago.


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