Are there any risks in using Betoptic?

No information is available on humans overdosing on Betoptic. Sign of a Betoptic overdose may include difficulty breathing, slow heart rate, fainting, swelling or rapid weight gain. If you think you have overdosed on Betoptic, seek emergency medical help immediately. Discuss your risks with your doctor to decide if Betoptic is right for you. Because Betoptic comes in the form of eye drops, it is crucial not to let the tip of the drop applicator touch anything. If the applicator picks up any bacteria, it can infect your eye through the eye drops. Eye infections can cause permanent eye damage and vision loss. You should not wipe off the applicator or let it touch your eyes during use.

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