Can Visine-A cause pupil to dilate?
My right eye was itchy and burning this afternoon, so I put one drop of Visine-A in it. Almost immediately, my right pupil dilated and is still fairly dilated. It does react to light, and I can see out of it. Is this some kind of a reaction, or is it something else?
Asked by Kirby Thackery 1 year ago.
Yes! The "A" part of Visine A is an anti-allergy medicine that can dilate your pupil. I did this to myself once and really freaked myself out! Then, I put a drop in the OTHER eye and watched the same thing happen :-) It's just a normal reaction to the anti-allergy med. Nothing to worry about. Answered by Twanna Wingate 1 year ago.
Is VISINE a johnson & johnson product?
Is VISINE a johnson & johnson product? Are you using (Visine for contact lenses)? Are you satisfied or not?
Asked by Yuri Krenz 1 year ago.
It is a Johnson&Johnson product. No I don't need it anymore I had my eyes lasered (ultralase) Answered by Kendall Capiga 1 year ago.
What are the risks of taking Visine-A during the first trimester?
I am 11 weeks pregnant. I had eye allergies for a week and half. I took Visine-A to relieve the itchy and red eyes for several days. I found out my air purifier was causing my eye allergies and shut it off and now I'm fine. I realized now that I should have asked my doctor before taking Visine-A. I just thought...
Asked by Alyssa Preti 1 year ago.
I am 11 weeks pregnant. I had eye allergies for a week and half. I took Visine-A to relieve the itchy and red eyes for several days. I found out my air purifier was causing my eye allergies and shut it off and now I'm fine. I realized now that I should have asked my doctor before taking Visine-A. I just thought it was an eye drop and not a pill so it wouldn't have any affect on the baby, but now I regret it. Medical websites keep telling me it's a FDA category C which means they don't know if there are risks to an unborn baby. My doctors aren't telling me what the risks are though. I'm pretty scared now. Can anybody tell me what could Visine-A do to an unborn baby if it gets into my bloodstream? Answered by Lashell Medi 1 year ago.
I wouldn't worry about it too much. Just don't take it anymore. Alot of things are category c, even things the doctor has prescribed me before. It doesn't mean its dangerous or anything, it just means they havn't done enough research on it yet, to really know whether it is ok to use during pregnancy or not. I took a laxative that was category c earlier in my pregnancy, the doctor told me after that I shouldn't have taken it, but nothing bad ever happened to the baby, so I honestly wouldn't stress about this too much. It was just eye drops, not a pill or anything. good luck to you. Answered by Sadye Sabala 1 year ago.
My girlfriend ran my visine A.C. through the dryer... is it safe to use???
Asked by Boris Hairston 1 year ago.
toss it, heat distroyed it's effect 2 do good. may not do anything if u use it, but again,!!!!!!!!!!!???? Answered by Francis Aranas 1 year ago.
there should be a recommended storage temperature on the label. My guess is that the dryer is hotter than the the highest acceptable temperature, so you should probably ditch that bottle and remember to empty your pants pockets next time lol Answered by Deandrea Beau 1 year ago.
No, it was heated and changed the sterileness and chemistry. Buy a new bottle. You only have one pair of eyes. Answered by Beatriz Mu 1 year ago.
No! Eyes cannot be risked to save a couple of bucks. Toss it. Answered by Sha Mastrangelo 1 year ago.
probably not, you never know if heat caused a reaction in the chemicals, and neither do I so my only advice is buy a new one. Answered by Noriko Barks 1 year ago.