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Prostaglandin analogs, which are found in eye medications used for glaucoma, can change a patient's eye color. This can be a side effect of using prescribed eye drops with this active ingredient, states the Glaucoma Rese... More »

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Some common prescription eye drops include antibiotic drops for treating eye infections, lubricating drops for dry eyes, corticosteroid drops for allergies and drops that relieve eye pressure in glaucoma patients, accord... More »

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Prostaglandin analogs, beta blockers, alpha agonists and carbonic anhydrase inhibitors are the four types of eye drops used to treat glaucoma, explains the Glaucoma Research Foundation. Combined medications are also avai... More »

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