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How do I use apraclonidine?

You should use apraclonidine eye drops ecactly as directed by your doctor. Typically, this will be to apply one or two drops in each eye three times a day. Apraclonidine (Iopidine) comes as a sterile 0.5% ophthalmic solution. Be careful not to touch the tip of the bottle to your eye or anything else so that you can keep it sterile. Often, apraclonidine is used in combination with other medications for treating glaucoma. You should wait at least five minutes before applying the other medications.

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