Ocuhist

Last Update April 11, 2016
Ocuhist is an ophthalmic - decongestants and combination.
Uses: Ocuhist is approved for Allergy and Itchy Eyes and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
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Last Update April 11, 2016
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Positive 6 "Ocuhist---it helps the redness but it burns like fire. Does anyone know if it's even safe to use for ocular rosacea? My eyes are runing some at night which has the area underneath them all raw and... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 2 "are good eye drops available, some over the counter. ...But she says her eyes are itchy...and granted she had a cough and allergy like symptoms all summer (but we couldn't get a diagnosis firmly on... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Ocuhist

What does Ocuhist treat?
Alcohol warning on Ocuhist
There may be a negative interaction between Ocuhist and alcohol.
How do I obtain Ocuhist?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Ocuhist?
Eye Drops
What dosages are available?
Drops: 0.025%-0.3%
Ingredients
Naphazoline Hcl/Pheniramine Maleate
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