What are the side effects of fluocinolone intravitreal implant?

Some people may experience side effects while they have a fluocinolone intravitreal implant. The most common side effects include: cataracts, intraocular pressure, eye pain and infections. Other side effects that relate to the eye include: blurry vision, decreased vision, dry eye, glaucoma, hemorrhage, irregular eye sensation, irregular vision, retinal detachment, swelling and other mild to serious eye problems. Side effects that do not relate to the eyes include: arthralgia, back pain, cough, dizziness, dizziness, headaches, infection, influenza, limb pain, nasopharyngitis, nausea, pyrexia, rash, sinusitis, upper respiratory tract infection and vomiting. Contact your doctor if you experience any side effects that are severe or persistent.

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