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Natak Eye Drops (Natamycin)

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Natak Eye Drops (Natamycin) - 50mg (5mL) Natak Eye Drops (Natamycin) - 50mg (5mL)

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Active Ingredient

Natamycin

Manufacturer

Pharmtak

Origin

India

Reference

N/A

What is Natak Eye Drops (Natamycin) used for?

Natak Eye Drops are an antifungal solution used to treat certain fungal infections of the eye such as fungal blepharitis, conjunctivitis, and keratitis caused by susceptible organisms including Fusarium solani keratitis.

How should I use Natak Eye Drops (Natamycin)?

Each bottle of Natak Eye Drops contains 5mL of solution with 50mg of the active ingredient natamycin. The top of the bottle is also a dropper that is used to apply the drops to your eye.

A starting dose of one drop every one to two hours is prescribed in most cases. This can then be reduced to one drop every three to four hours after a few days, or when treatment is progressing well. In some lesser infections, you may start with a dosage of one drop every three to four hours. Treatment of the infection with Natamycin usually takes 14-21 days.

How to Apply Natak Eye Drops

  • Before applying the eye drops, wash your hands thoroughly
  • Draw the solution into the supplied dropper
  • Pull out your lower eyelid to form a small pocket
  • Drop only a single drop into the infected eye
  • Avoid contact between the dropper and the eye

What are the side effects of Natak Eye Drops (Natamycin)?

If you notice any signs of allergic reaction to natamycin, contact your doctor immediately.

Other side effects that have been reported with Natak Eye Drops are:

  • change in vision
  • chest pain
  • corneal opacity
  • dyspnea
  • eye discomfort
  • eye edema
  • eye hyperemia
  • eye irritation
  • eye pain
  • foreign body sensation
  • paresthesia
  • tearing

If any of these become a problem for you, contact your doctor.

Please Note

Ask your doctor about any possible problems taking Natak eye drops if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.

If you have had an allergic reaction or hypersensitivity to eye drops tell your doctor so they can monitor you for any symptoms of allergy to natamycin.

Your doctor will want to check on your eye during treatment to monitor progress. Do not stop taking the drops if you think the infection has cleared. Wait for your doctor to confirm this before stop Natak Eye Drops (natamycin).

Natak Eye Drops (Natamycin)