Comment from: Donteatd1cks69 25-34 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: May 07

Works great, left a terrible taste at the back of my mouth. Like i just sucked on a copper pipe or something. Thanks but no thanks.

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Comment from: EC826 55-64 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: September 05

My eyes were a mess, I thought I had an eye infection. My eye doctor prescribed Bepreve, they immediately started to clear up within a week they were cleared. I have no side effects,

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Comment from: eduard 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: August 26

my doctor gave me this eye drops ,the first drop was all.thanks to god i take my blood pressure every day. my blood pressure from 145-80 normally went to 180-110 and my heartbeat to 100 .if i would not taking my blood pressure and continues using it ,it would have caused a heart attack or worse.

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Comment from: Jose C 65-74 Male Patient Published: April 20

These eye drops were given to me for eye itching due to allergies by my opthamologist. They do not work any better than the OTC inexpensive allergy opthalmic drops ( EG: Alaway, etc ) readily available at most retail pharmacies. The cost of Bepreve eye drops is way out of touch with reality. They gave me a headache and a throbbing sensation behind both eyes. I personally donot recommend them. I will never be duped into using them again. Shame on my doctor for prescribing these worthless opthalmic eye drops.

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Comment from: workin it out 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: October 18

Within 3 days of using this product I had a severe allergic reaction in my eyes and around both eyes. The upper and lower lids became swollen, red then cracking, burning and itching occurred. The skin around my eyes became extremely dry with no moisture.

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Comment from: 25-34 Female Patient Published: December 17

I jokingly call these unicorn tears because they are SO EXPENSIVE but they work like MAGIC (like the poster said in an earlier review) just that my insurance doesn't like me to use them. I have some of the worst allergic eyes my doctor has ever seen, Bepreve works instantly and I don't itch them and I don't even need to take benadryl and zyrtec to relieve them as frequently!

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Comment from: janecarr 25-34 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: October 24

My allergy doc told me these were good, but he should have told me they were MAGIC. I have had terrible eye allergies the past 6 weeks with intense itching and burning pain. I used two other drops that did nothing. I have used this for 3 days and it's like I have a new set of eyeballs. No more itching, burning, or pain. I'm a fan. Even though the drops are outrageously priced. ASK your doctor for samples and a coupon. I got both, which really helped financially.

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Comment from: michaiah 19-24 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: June 13

I thought, wow I have allergies? Well after being prescribed this medicine I knew it was right for me. I'm glad I went ahead and suffered the cost of a mere three hundred bucks. Ultimately, I'm glad I used this product.

Comment from: SoCal Sandra 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: December 13

I used these drops one time only. Because within 10 minutes of using them, one of my pupils became greatly enlarged, my blood pressure increased to a dangerous level and my heart rate was exceedingly high. I ended up in the ER as there was a concern of it being a stroke. The doctor determined it was an allergic reaction to the eye drops. Just be aware of a possible allergic reaction, as the manufacturer refused to acknowledge this possible reaction after I contacted them. So it is not listed as a contraindication or possible side effect in the information they provide.

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Comment from: Cindy 55-64 Female Patient Published: July 15

FABULOUS! By 8 PM it was like looking through vaseline. No more. Tremendous relief! Too bad this stuff is sooooo expensive.

Comment from: Angiew 25-34 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: July 05

Worked great on my allergies, but gave me a sore under my prosthetic eye.

Comment from: 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: June 07

Given sample to try. Eyes still itching and irritated and feel worse like I have sand grit in my eyes. Stopped med and went back to other eye drops I had been using.

Comment from: ginazmck 45-54 Female less than 1 month Caregiver Published: April 28

Been using it on my 8 year old son this week and it's useless. His eyes are still red as anything and he's complaining they are burning and running. Called the allergist to see if we can try something else. Poor kid, I wish it would have worked for him, he's miserable!

Comment from: 35-44 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: March 21

This drop is the only thing that has worked for my crazy itchy eyes this weekend ! Get the big bottle as my insurance company was charging me the same for a bottle half the size. Hope this stuff works just as good as the allergy season rolls in !

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Comment from: Carpe Diem 35-44 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: December 31

It helped with my itching but I eventually stopped taking it because it I would actually taste the eye drops after a few minutes of putting them in my eyes. The taste, which was kind of like a metallic taste, was just too much annoying.

Comment from: jose 65-74 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: May 29

it does not work at all it only gives me dizzyness

Comment from: corkie 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: May 24

easy to use but tastes nasty

Comment from: Mary 65-74 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: March 20

This medication has helped my eye condition, the only negative is the cost.


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