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9 PM Eye Drop 2.5ml (0.005%)

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9 PM Eye Drop – 2.5ml (0.005%)

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9 PM Eye Drop

9 PM contains Latanoprost which belongs to prostaglandin analogues

9 PM Eye Drop is a medicine used to reduce pressure in the eyes in people with glaucoma and ocular hypertension (high pressure in the eye).

If the pressure in your eye is too high it can damage your sight, potentially leading to blindness. It works by helping fluid flow from inside the eye into the blood.

9 PM Eye Drop is suitable for adults and children and can be used by itself or in combination with other eye medicines to reduce pressure. Follow the instructions given by your doctor and use this medicine regularly to get the most benefit.

If you stop using it, pressure in the eye could increase and damage your sight. Never use a bottle if the seal is broken before you use it for the first time.

If you wear contact lenses, make sure you remove them before instilling and wait for at least 15 minutes before putting them back.

The most common side effects include eyelashes changes, eye pain and sensitivity to light. It may also cause blurred vision, dryness in the eye, a gradual change in color of the eye, and other rare effects. If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor.

Your doctor may be able to tell you ways of reducing or preventing some side effects or suggest another treatment. If your vision is blurred or you have other changes in sight for a time, do not drive until your vision is clear.

This is usually a short-term side effect. Do not use this medicine if you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, or if you are breastfeeding.

What 9 PM is used for?

9 PM is used to treat adults with open angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension (pressure within the eyes)

BENEFITS OF 9 PM EYE DROP

In Glaucoma

9 PM Eye Drop is a medicine used to reduce pressure in your eyes (ocular hypertension). This pressure can lead to an illness called glaucoma. If the pressure in your eye is too high, it can damage your sight. This medicine works by helping the fluid to flow from inside the eye into your bloodstream.
It may be used alone or with other eye drops. Do not use it too often as that can make it less effective. You should only use it in the affected eye and take it regularly as prescribed by your doctor.
If you stop taking it, the pressure in your eye will not be controlled. This could lead to a loss of sight.

In Ocular hypertension

9 PM Eye Drop belongs to a group of medicines called prostaglandin analogue. It is used to reduce pressure in your eyes. It increases the flow of fluid from inside the eye into the bloodstream thereby lowering the increased eye pressure.
If the pressure in your eye is too high, it can damage your sight. You should only use it in the affected eye and take it regularly as prescribed by your doctor. If you stop taking it, the pressure in your eye will not be controlled.

Talk to Doctor

Talk to your doctor before taking 9 PM, if you:

  • Are allergic to Latanoprost or any of the other ingredients of 9 PM
  • Have or had eye surgery (including cataract surgery)
  • Suffer from eye problems (such as eye pain, irritation or inflammation, blurred vision, dry eyes)
  • Have severe asthma
  • Or your child wear contact lenses
  • Have suffered or are currently suffering from a viral infection of the eye caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV)

Pregnancy & Breast Feeding

If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, think you may be pregnant or are planning to have a baby, ask your doctor for advice

Children & Adolescents

9 PM can be used in children from birth to 18 years of age
9 PM has not been investigated in prematurely born infants (less than 36 weeks gestation)

Driving & Using Machines

If your vision is blurred when you first put your drops in, wait until this wears off before you drive or operate machinery

Interactions

Tell your doctor if you are taking or have taken any other medicines for eye problems

Directions & For Use

Always use 9 PM exactly as your doctor tell you to
The recommended dose for adults (including elderly) and the children is one drop once a day in the affected eye(s)
Do not use 9 PM more than once a day, because the effectiveness of the treatment can be reduced if you administer it more often
If you or your child wear contact lenses, you should remove these before using 9 PM
After using 9 PM you should wait 15 minutes before putting the contact lenses back into the eyes
If you use more 9 PM

If you put too many drops in your eye, you may feel some slight irritation in the eye and the eyes may water and turn red
If you are worried or your child swallows 9 PM, contact your doctor or the doctor treating your child for advice
If you forget to use 9 PM

If you forget to apply your drops at the usual time, just skip that dose
Do not apply a double dose to make up for the missed dose
Instead, just wait until the next time you are supposed to apply it, and then apply your normal dose
If you stop using 9 PM

Do not stop this medicine unless told by your doctor

Common

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Redness of the eye
A gradual change to eyelashes
Irritation or disruption to the surface of the eye, eyelid inflammation (blepharitis), eye pain and light sensitivity (photophobia)

Uncommon

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Eyelid swelling
Dryness of the eye
Inflammation or irritation of the surface of the eye (keratitis)
Blurred vision
Conjunctivitis

Rare

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Inflammation of the iris
Swelling of the retina (macular oedema)
Scratching/damage to the surface of the eye, swelling around the eye (periorbital oedema)
Darkening of the skin of the eyelids
Asthma, worsening of asthma and shortness of breath (dyspnea)

Very Rare

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Headache
Dizziness
Developing a viral infection of the eye caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV)
Running nose and fever
Severe damage to the clear layer at the front of the eye (the cornea) have developed cloudy patches on the cornea due to calcium build-up during treatment

Storage

Keep this medicine out of reach of children
Do not use 9 PM after the expiry date
Store the unopened bottle in a refrigerator (2-8?C)
After opening, store at room temperature (15-25?C) and use within 4 weeks

Safety Advice

  • Safety Warning

    ALCOHOL

    No interaction is found when 9 PM EYE DROPS 2.5ML is taken along with 9 PM EYE DROPS 2.5ML.

  • Safety Warning

    PREGNANCY

    9 PM EYE DROPS 2.5ML eye drops should be used with caution as it is a category C drug. Use only if your doctor feels it necessary to be prescribed if you are pregnant.

  • Safety Warning

    BREAST FEEDING

    9 PM EYE DROPS 2.5ML eye drops should be used with caution as it is a category C drug. Use only if your doctor feels it necessary to be prescribed if you are breastfeeding.

  • Safety Warning

    DRIVING

    CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR

    9 PM EYE DROPS 2.5ML is known to cause blurry vision. So, do not drive a car or operate any machinery before you start feeling better.

  • Safety Warning

    LIVER

    9 PM EYE DROPS 2.5ML to be taken with caution, especially if you have a history of Liver diseases/conditions. The dose may have to be adjusted by your doctor.

  • Safety Warning

    KIDNEY

    9 PM EYE DROPS 2.5ML to be taken with caution, especially if you have a history of Kidney diseases/conditions. The dose may have to be adjusted by your doctor.

FAQs

Q. Can I use contact lenses while using 9 PM Eye Drop?

Yes, you can use contact lenses while using 9 PM Eye Drop. However, remove your contact lenses before instilling 9 PM Eye Drop. You can re-insert the lenses 15 minutes after instilling 9 PM Eye Drop. Contact your doctor if eye irritation occurs and persists.

Q. Can 9 PM Eye Drop cause a change in eye color?

Yes, continued use of 9 PM Eye Drop may cause a change in the color of the iris, particularly brown pigmentation. This color change is more common in people who have mixed color eyes (blue-brown, grey-brown, yellow-brown or green-brown). The change may be more noticeable if it is used in only one eye. This change in color is likely to be permanent. Additionally, the eyelashes may also become denser and the color of the eyelids may darken. However, this is usually temporary and reverts to normal once the use of 9 PM Eye Drop is discontinued.

Q. Can I use other eye drops along with 9 PM Eye Drop?

If you have to use other eye drops, wait for at least 5 minutes before using them. You should inform your doctor about any other medicine which you are using since it may interfere with the working of 9 PM Eye Drop.

Q. How long do you keep your eyes shut after using 9 PM Eye Drop?

After using the eye drops you should close your eyes for at least 2-3 minutes so that the medicine does not run off and gets absorbed in the eye.

Q. Do you have to refrigerate 9 PM Eye Drop?

Yes, the unopened bottle needs to be refrigerated at 2° to 8°C (36° to 46°F). However, once the bottle is opened for use, it may be stored at room temperature up to 25°C (77°F) for not longer than 6 weeks.

Q. How long does it take for 9 PM Eye Drop to start working?

The pressure in the eyes starts decreasing after about 3-4 hours of using 9 PM Eye Drop and the maximum effect is reached after 8-12 hours.

Q. Can I use 9 PM Eye Drop in the morning?

It is recommended to use 9 PM Eye Drop in the evening for best results. 9 PM Eye Drop, when used in the evening for the first few days, showed significantly effective results in lowering the eye pressure. The effect of this medicine remains for about 24 hours after administration.

Q. When to seek doctor’s advice while using 9 PM Eye Drop?

You should contact your doctor immediately if you develop an eye infection, injury, conjunctivitis, or an eyelid reaction. Along with that, the doctor should be informed if you have undergone any eye surgery earlier. Use 9 PM Eye Drop as prescribed by the doctor.

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