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Who should use Optivar?

Optivar is intended for people who have seasonal allergic conjunctivitis. Signs of allergic conjunctivitis include red, pink, puffy, watery, burning or itching of the eyes. Optivar may be taken by adults or by any child over three years of age. If you are pregnant, plan to get pregnant or are breastfeeding, consult your doctor about taking Optivar.

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