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Inflammation (Latin, wikt:en:inflammo number Latin, “I ignite, set alight”) is part of the complex biological response of Blood ve...
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Prednisone 24,987 Ibuprofen 19,740 Methotrexate 8,443
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Loteprednol (as the ester loteprednol etabonate) is a corticosteroid used in ophthalmology. Marketed by Bausch and Lomb as Lotemax in the U.S., ocular applications for this drug include the treatment of inflammation of the eye due to allergie...
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Loteprednol (as the ester loteprednol etabonate) is a corticosteroid used in ophthalmology. Marketed by Bausch and Lomb as Lotemax in the U.S., ocular applications for this drug include the treatment of inflammation of the eye due to allergie...
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think because it further irritation from the above 2 items....
" Durezol Steroid in case anyone is ...on Pred Forte and Lotemax several times with no results--i think because it further irritation from the above 2 items. I seem to ...2 months for Lotemax and... "

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and money. Difluprednate seemed to work well for me and the...
" ...just wasted time and money. Difluprednate seemed to work well for me and the preservative is not the same as Lotemax (I would check for you, ...with the same frequency as Lotemax and he or she m... "

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when I go hard on the lotemax (or whatever steroid drop...
" ...notice when I go hard on the lotemax (or whatever steroid drop ...that. Hope that helps. Also, Lotemax has a different preservative (BAC? ...My cornea specialist prescribed Durezol (brand ... "

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issues. My Doc put me on Durezol which is similiar but...
" ...this steroid might be giving you issues. My Doc put me on Durezol which is similiar but comes in single unit vials ...be wearing off like with Lotemax which ended up irritating my... "

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I have used durezol (I think that is the brand name)...
" Lizlou, I have used durezol (I think that is the brand name) but I ...is strong. It is in a different preservative than Lotemax and others and was about the only one I... "

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was the preservative. I used Durezol for a bit, which has...
" ...time before I notice anything. Lotemax left me bloodshot, too. I ...was the preservative. I used Durezol for a bit, which ...it as often as they recommend Lotemax or Alrex. Sure would... "

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Durezol an antibiotic? I don't think it an antibiotic. It's...
" ...Durezol an antibiotic? I don't think ...and swelling. Also used prednisolone and lotemax before... "

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well. I don't use lotemax but durezol, which is pretty much...
" ...says it is ok to use for flareups as well. I don't use lotemax but durezol, which is pretty much the same thing in a different preservative. In fact, ...those mornings when I wake up and eyes fe... "

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up allot of the costs. Durezol iS NOT a miracle drug. it...
" ...if you go two years at a time between bouts of uveitis. Clebrex is an NSAID, ...allot of the costs. Durezol iS NOT a miracle ...forte, generic prednisilone acetated, FMl, Lotemax etc. it is... "

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not a \"steriod responder.\" Lotemax is supposed to be the...
" ...want to end up having to use glaucoma drops..they are very drying!! ...you are not a \"steriod responder.\" Lotemax is supposed to be the ...steriods go. I think it os Durezol that is the... "

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