User Reviews & Ratings - Fluorescite intravenous
Read user comments about the side effects, benefits, and effectiveness of Fluorescite intravenous.
Overall User Ratings2 Total User Reviews
Reviewer: 25-34 Female (Patient)
Ease of Use
had this put in my eye for an eye exam.i minutes I sstarted to see stars and then fully lost vision at the same time I started to sweat and felt very weak and nuasious.wanted to throw up and use the bathroom for #2 , like a diaria feeling.then my throat got tight,hard to swallow feeling.and my vision was slowly coming back.it must have been some sort of allergic reaction.afterwards my head hurt an ... Show Full Comment
Reviewer: [email protected] / Lou, 55-64 Male on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient)
Ease of Use
Used in eye exam. My left eye crossed & I now have double vision. I have been told it will repair itself in several month's. I hope so. I cannot drive, work or see correctly. Not a happy user of this drug.
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