Albalon (Naphazoline)

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Albalon 0.1%

Product of Canada
Manufactured by: Allergan Inc.
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Albalon 0.1%
Product of Canada
Manufactured by Allergan Inc.
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An order can be placed by calling our customer service agents at 1-855-776-0079 or by navigating through our website.

You can click on "CHECK PRICES" to view more product details.

Please note an Albalon prescription is required to process your order. You can submit your prescription by fax, email, or upload directly to your online account.

Albalon Price

At PricePro Pharmacy we offer up to 80% cost-savings compared to your local pharmacy. We offer Albalon at low prices starting at:

  • $22 for 15 mL(s)
  • $42 for 30 mL(s)
  • $60 for 40 mL(s)

This offer is without any insurance assistance or Albalon coupons.

Available Products

We carry the following dosage:

  • 0.1%

The brand product is made by Allergan and is available as product of Canada. There are 15 mL(s) in each bottle, with the active ingredient being called Naphazoline.

Shipping Times

The estimated shipping time to the United States is:

  • 7 to 10 business days

You will receive an email alert once your order has shipped. There is a standard $9.95 shipping fee applied to each order.

Albalon Prescription Refill

Place a refill order is simple. You can log into your online account and view previous order history and place a refill order any time if you have a valid prescription on file.

We also provide an email or phone call reminder when you should be placing a re-order to ensure you won't run out of your medication.

Albalon (Naphazoline) Product Information

Albalon is a prescription medication used to relieve symptoms such as, itching, redness, puffiness and watering of the eyes.

What is Albalon used for?

Red eyes can occur for many reasons and often they will be accompanied by discomfort or pain. A lot of the redness occurs when blood vessels become enlarged and there is excess blood in them.

Once they have been narrowed back down to size, the redness will start to go away.

When there is an irritant that has caused the redness, you are likely to be given Albalon to get rid of it, but at times it will only bring about temporary relief.

It is not the solution for many serious eye conditions and if there has not been an improvement something else may need to be prescribed.

Directions

Your doctor will give you details of how to use Albalon but there will also be information leaflets that you should read. Normally all you will have to do is put two drops inside the conjunctival sac at either 3- or 4-hour intervals. Keep your finger across the eye so that the liquid does not drip out.

It is important that you only use the number of drops that you are told and not more often than you are told. There will also be a cut off point for using the drops and that must be adhered to. If you go against the recommendations, you could make the condition worse.

Side Effects

There is a possibility that there could be side effects. While you may not suffer from them or consider them to be out of the ordinary always speak to a doctor to ensure you are not making things worse. You need to speak to the doctor right away if any of the following occurs:

  • The irritation that was felt gets worse
  • You feel dizzy or weak
  • Headaches happen more than occasionally and you are not prone to them normally
  • You find that you are sweating a lot more than you normally do
  • You feel nauseous
  • You feel nervous for no real reason

If you have used too much and need to get immediate attention if:

  • You are aware that your body temperature has dropped
  • Your heartbeat has slowed down
  • You are more than just a little weak

Precautions

Your health care provider needs to know is if you are allergic to Albalon or allergic to any of the ingredients in it. There are also certain health conditions that may make use prohibitive. They include:

  • Diabetes
  • Heart problems
  • An injured eye
  • High blood pressure
  • Thyroid problems

There is not enough evidence to show whether or not there would be a problem using Albalon if you are pregnant. The same applies to breastfeeding. Often the doctor will look at each individual case and decide what is best for that particular patient.

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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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