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What are the side effects of Bleph-10?

Common side effects of Bleph-10 (generic name - sulfacetamide) include mild and temporary stinging or burning of the eye and mild irritation, redness, itching or swelling of the eye. If these side effects are severe or last for more than 48 hours, they could be serious. Call your doctor right away.

Other serious side effects of Bleph-10 include:

  • fever, chills, sore throat or other signs of infection
  • joint pain or inflammation
  • worsening of eye discharge or appearance of eye discharge
  • vision changes
  • swollen, red or blistered skin
  • jaundice or yellowing the skin or eyes

Some people might have allergic reactions to Bleph-10. Seek emergency medical treatment if you experience the symptoms of an allergic reaction to Bleph-10:

  • rash
  • hives
  • itching
  • difficulty breathing
  • tight feeling in the chest
  • swelling of the face, mouth, eyes, throat, tongue or lips

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