Do not use Azarga if you: are allergic to brinzolamide, medicines used to treat diabetes and infections, lower blood pressure, have respiratory problems such as asthma, have too much acidity in your blood, severe kidney problems. Before you use Azarga suspension, talk to your doctor if you: are taking other carbonic anhydrase inhibitors or beta-blockers, have or have had: heart disease, low blood pressure, diabetes, liver problems, dry eyes, cornea problems or glaucoma, history of severe allergic reactions. While using Azarga suspension, talk to your doctor immediately if you: develop an eye infection, swelling, redness or irritation of the eyelid, suffer any eye injury or have eye surgery, are pregnant or breastfeeding, are having any surgery.
While using Azarga suspension, do not: drive or use machinery as it may reduce mental alertness and cause blurred vision, wear contact lenses as it may cause eye irritation. Tell your doctor about all drugs, including eye drops, that you are using or plan to use, including those without a prescription. Drugs that may interact with Azarga suspension include: heart or blood pressure medications, calcium channel blockers, digitalis, guanethidine, amiodarone and other beta-adrenergic blocking agents, quinidine, cimetidine, antivirals, antifungals and antibiotics, salicylates such as acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), antidepressants such as fluoxetine, medicines belonging to class of drugs known as carbonic anhydrase inhibitors. Store Azarga eye drops at 2°C to 30°C. Discard 60 days after opening. Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
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