Who should not use gentamicin and prednisolone acetate?

Do not use gentamicin-prednisolone if you:
  • have previously had an allergic reaction to any ingredient in gentamicin-prednisolone or other aminoglycoside antibiotic or corticosteroids
  • have a fungal or viral eye infection (the medication is only effective against bacterial infections)
Talk to your doctor before using this medication if you:
  • wear contact lenses
  • have eye problems, such as cataracts or glaucoma
  • have diabetes
  • are pregnant or breastfeeding     

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