Cromolyn eye drops side effects
Every medication has the potential to cause side effects. You may not experience any side effects, but it is important to identify any side effects and get medical attention when needed.
Common side effects include a burning or stinging sensation in the eye. This sensation is usually mild and temporary. Dryness, puffiness, watering, and itchy eyes are less common symptoms associated with Cromolyn eye drops.
Cromolyn eye drops are contraindicated in patients who have shown previous hypersensitivity to the cromolyn sodium ingredients or any other ingredients in the eye drops formulation. There are no other contraindications noted.
If you experience a rash, redness, or swelling around the eyes that was not present before treatment, please stop the medication and contact your doctor.
Can Cromolyn eye drops be used in pregnant or breastfeeding women?
The effects cromolyn has on pregnancy, or if the medication passes into breast milk is unknown. The medication should not be used unless directed by the doctor, and if the benefits outweigh the risk.
Can Cromolyn eye drops affect my vision?
Upon administering the medication, your vision may become blurry; however, this will resolve after a few minutes. During this time, it is important to refrain from operating any heavy machinery or driving.