What are the side effects of diclofenac ophthalmic drops?

The most common side effects of diclofenac ophthalmic drops include: tearing, corneal inflammation, temporary burning, stinging and increased pressure in the eye. Talk to your doctor if any of these common side effects are bothersome to you. Serious side effects could include severe itching, burning or stinging in the eye or white patches in the eye, increased light sensitivity, vision changes, drainage or crusting of the eye. Get immediate medical help if you experience any of these serious side effects or if you have symptoms of an allergic reaction (hives, swelling of your face, lips, tongue or throat or difficulty breathing).

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