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Cromolux

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Indications

Cromolux are indicated to treat allergic conditions such as hay fever and conjunctivitis which are conditions that can cause redness, discomfort and discharge from the affected eye. It contains sodium chromoglycate which prevents and treats these symptoms.

Contraindications

Do not use Cromolux if you are allergic to sodium chromoglycate or to any of the other ingredients. You must tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are pregnant or breast-feeding

Side Effects

As with other eye drop preparations, you may occasionally experience eye irritation or visual blurring after initial insertion. If this persists or increases, or if you notice any other changes, stop using your medicine and consult your doctor or pharmacist. Do not drive or operate hazardous machinery while this persists.

Overdose

In case of an overdose immediately telephone your doctor or go to the accident and emergency centre at your nearest hospital, if you or anyone else swallows Cromolux.

Intake Guidelines

Follow all directions given to you by your doctor or pharmacist. Always check the label for directions on how to take your medicine. Do not use with soft contact lenses To help keep the contents sterile, do not allow the dropper to touch your eyelids or any other surface. One or two drops in each eye four times daily or as directed by your doctor. Do not use any medicine after the expiry date stated on the packaging. The medicine should not be indicated for longer than 28 days after opening it. Do not store above 25C. Store in the original package. Keep it secure where children cannot reach it. Your medicine could harm them.

Other Brand Names

In some countries Cromolux may also be known as:
- Acromax;
- Allercrom;
- Allergo-COMOD;
- Allergocrom;
- Allergojovis;
- Allergostop;
- Alloptrex;
- Apo-Cromolyn;
- Botastin;
- Clariteyes;
- Claroftal;
- Coldacrom;
- Colimune;
- Cromabak;
- Cromadoses;
- Cromese;
- Cromobene;
- Cromocato;
- Cromogen;
- Cromoglin;
- Cromohexal;
- Cromolergin UD;
- Cromolind;
- Cromolyn;
- Cromonez-Pos;
- Cromophtal;
- Cromophta-Pos;
- Cromo-POS;
- Cromopp;
- Cromoptic;
- Cromosoft;
- Cusicrom;
- Diffusyl;
- Dispacromil;
- DNCG;
- DNCG;
- Flenid;
- Flui-DNCG;
- Frenal;
- Gastrocrom;
- Glinor;
- Hay-Crom;
- Intal;
- Intercron;
- Klonalcrom;
- Lecrolyn;
- Lomudal;
- Lomupren;
- Lomusol;
- Maxicrom;
- Nasivin gegen;
- Oftacon;
- Opticrom;
- Padiacrom;
- Pentatop;
- Solu-Crom;
- Stadaglicin;
- Vividrin;
- Vividrin;

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