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What should I know about difluprednate ophthalmic emulsion?

Before using difluprednate you should tell your doctor if you have an untreated bacterial, fungal or viral infection such as herpes being presented in your eye. The effects of difluprednate on an unborn or nursing baby are not well understood. You should tell your doctor before using difluprednate if you are planning to become pregnant, are pregnant or breastfeeding. While using difluprednate ophthalmic emulsion you will not be able to use other eye medications unless prescribed by your doctor, and you will be able to wear contact lenses only as specified by your doctor.

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