Acular LS Eye Drops (Ketorolac)

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Acular LS Eye Drops 0.4%

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Manufactured by: Allergan Inc.
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Acular LS Eye Drops 0.4%

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Buy Acular LS Online

To order your Acular LS prescription online you can call toll-free at 1-855-776-0079 or navigate our website and order online.

You can click on the "CHECK PRICES" dosage box above to view more product details.

Please note that a prescription is required to purchase medication from our online pharmacy. The prescription can be emailed, faxed, or uploaded by "Rx Upload" feature on your laptop or mobile device.

Acular LS Price Comparison Between USA and Canada

The average retail price of 5 ml(s) of Acular LS 0.4% in the United States is:

  • $280.00 for 1 eye drop bottle

At PricePro Pharmacy the price is as low as:

  • $36.00 for 1 eye drop bottle

You can save up to 87% when you order this medication online from our trusted service. Our low cost is without any insurance assistance or Acular coupons.

Available Products

The following dosage is available to order:

  • 0.4%

We only carry the brand product made by Allergan available in 5 mL eye drop pack size. There is no generic Acular LS available to purchase with our online pharmacy.

The active medicinal ingredient found in Acular LS is ketorolac.

Delivery Times

Two options are available to order from with different shipping times. The product dispensed from our partner pharmacy in Canada will take 7-10 business days to ship to USA while the product of India will take 10-18 business days.

When you order ships from the dispensing pharmacy you will be notified by an email alert with applicable tracking information if tracked shipping is selected.

There is a standard shipping charge of $9.95 per order.

Acular LS Prescription Refill

Take advantage of our friendly refill reminder service to ensure that you won't run out of supply of your medication. We can update you by an email or phone call reminder when you should be placing a refill order based on your prescription history.

You can also log into your online account to place a re-order online based on your previous order history.

Acular LS Eye Drops (Ketorolac) Product Information

Acular LS Eye Drops is a NSAID medication for reducing eye itching triggered by seasonal allergies. It can also be used in after-care post cataract or corneal refractive surgery, to relieve swelling, pain, or burning.

What is Acular LS Eye Drop Prescribed for?

The active ingredient for this medication is called Ketorolac. It is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug or NSAID for minimizing body chemicals that trigger pain and inflammation. It is specifically designed for eye irritation due to seasonal allergies. It comes in the form of eye drops and is able to reduce swelling, pain, burning and stinging that results from surgery— cataracts or corneal refractive surgeries. This eye drop can also be prescribed for any other condition your doctor prefers.

Directions

If your doctor has decided that you are going to use this medicine, it is good to know how to do this. First of all, never take a smaller or a larger dose than needed. Next, Use your medication two times to four times every day. If your doctor’s prescription is specific, follow it to the letter.  Moreover, stop using once the period recommended by the doctor comes to an end. That’s because prolonged use of NSAID eye drops can harm your vision.

If you want to avoid irritation that may emerge after doing cataracts surgery, use the medication a day prior to the procedure. Then continue to use it for two weeks after surgery. If undergoing corneal refractive surgery, use this medication four times daily for up to four days after the procedure.  In case you are going to have surgery in one eye, use the medicine there only. If you wear contact lenses, stop when using this eye drop medicine. The process of application is simple.

First tilt your head back and pull down your lower eyelid. A tiny pocket will form. Then, hold the dropper tip right above this eye, look up and away from the tip and squeeze out one drop of Acular LS. Close your eyes for two to three minutes while looking down. Don’t blink or squint. Instead, press your finger to the inner corner of your eye for a minute or two to allow the medication to drain into the tear duct.

If you have different eye drops products too, wait ten minutes utmost before using them. Make sure that your eye drops are safe to use, that is they have not expired. As each bottle or vial is for one use only, throw yours way after one use. Discard it even if there is some medicine left.

Side Effects

Stop using if you already know that you have an allergy to Ketorolac. This will reduce your odds of having side effects. However, if you encounter side effects, they will be the types that affect every other user. These common side effects of Acular LS include:

  • Watery eyes
  • Swollen eyelids
  • Headache
  • Blurred vision
  • Mild pain in the eye
  • Stinging
  • Redness

These can go away in a short while and shouldn’t cause fear. If they persistent you should talk to your eye doctor. Additionally, if you notice other symptoms, such as severe eye pain, redness, vision changes, sensitivity to light and drainage from the eyes; make an appointment with your doctor.

Precautions

Prior to using this medication, ensure that you have a discussion with your eye doctor concerning your overall health. So, let them know that you are allergic to Ketorolac or other NSAIDS. Also, inform them about:

  • Arthritis
  • Glaucoma
  • Dry eye syndrome
  • Diabetes
  • A health condition for which you take a blood thinning drug like warfarin
  • A blood clotting disorder

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The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.

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