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What are the side effects of Lumigan?

The most commonly reported side effects of Lumigan include: lash growth, redness in the eye and itchiness in and around the eye. Less common side effects of Lumigan include: darker pigment around the eye and lashes, red or inflamed eyelids, fatigue of the eye muscles, cataracts, burning or pain in the eye, dryness of the eye and swollen irritated eyelids. Seek emergency medical attention if you have an allergic reaction to Lumigan, which may consist of severe skin irritation, swelling around the eye and trouble breathing. Also, seek immediate attention if you suspect an eye infection, which may include discharge and pain, swelling in or around the eye, a change in vision or sensitivity to light.

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