Eye medicines - decongestants, anaesthetics and anti-inflammatories (topical)

Ocular decongestants, anaesthetics, anti-inflammatories

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The Eye medicines - decongestants, anaesthetics and anti-inflammatories (topical) subcategory of medicines is also known as ocular decongestants, anaesthetics, anti-inflammatories.

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27 Jun 2014 Many different eye drop preparations are available over the counter (without a prescription) at a pharmacy. Depending on the cause of your eye irritation, you might need a decongestant, an antihistamine or a lubricating eye drop.

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