Azarga (Brinzolamide/Timolol) Product Information
Azarga is a combination ophthalmic suspension that is used to treat elevated eye pressure that results from open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension.
Order Azarga Eye Drops Online
We carry Azarga in brand name product only. It is available in 1%/0.5% dosage strength. The price of a 5 ml bottle starts at $55.00 USD and it is manufactured by a company called Alcon.
It is shipped from our certified dispensing pharmacy in Canada, so order's being shipped to the States would take approximately 7-10 business days to be delivered.
We do require a copy of your prescription for order processing. You can send your prescription via fax (1-855-776-0006) , email ( [email protected]), or by upload to our website using the "Rx Upload" function. Your doctor's office can also fax it to us directly, or call it in verbally.
If you have any questions or are in need of assistance please call us toll- free at 1-855-776-0079.
What is Azarga used for?
Azarga is prescribed to help bring down the pressure in your eye, usually caused by Glaucoma or Ocular Hypertension. It is a combination medication that contains 1% Brinzolamide, and 0.5% Timolol Maleate, and they work together to bring down elevated eye pressure.
Ocular hypertension occurs when fluid doesn't drain from your eyes as it should.
It is unlikely that you will know that you have Glaucoma until you are diagnosed by a health professional, but since the ultimate result of glaucoma can be blindness, it is important that the issue is dealt with as soon as possible.
It is important to take the doctors advice and only use these eye drops as prescribed. The usual dose is to usually you should administer one drop into your affected eye twice daily.
Do not use Azarga within 5 minutes of using any other form of eye drop, and if you are also using an eye ointment, you should use the drops before applying it.
Side Effects of Azarga
You will need to speak to the doctor if you are suffering from any of the following side effects:
- Eye Pain
- Blurred vision
- Eye Irritation ( the feeling that something is stuck in your eye)
- Dry mouth
- Chest pain
- Stomach pain
There are other issues that may occur, but they are less serious and rarely need the intervention of your doctor. These symptoms often stop once your eyes adjust to th drops. They can include but are not limited to:
- Discharge from the eye
- Itchy eyes
- Allergic conjunctivitis
- Tired and dry eyes
- Eye crusting
You should tell your health care provider if you
- Have an allergy to beta blockers
- Are allergic to certain antibiotics
- Suffer from asthma or have suffered from it in the past
- You have COPD – the heart condition that leads to narrowing of the arteries and other heart complaints
- Suffer from allergic rhinitis
- Have kidney damage
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.