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Will I have side effects while using Poly-Pred?

Side effects are not generally expected when using Poly-Pred. You may experience some mild irritation, including itching, swelling and burning. You also may notice some blurred vision and light sensitivity. These conditions should be reported to your doctor if they persist or worsen. Serious allergic reaction occurs in rare instances. Call 911 for emergency medical help if you experience difficulty breathing, hives, rash or swelling of the face.

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