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What are the side effects of prednisolone-sulfacetamide?

Common side effects for prednisolone-sulfacetamide include: blurred vision, burning, stinging, irritation, itching, redness of the eye, eyelid swelling or itching and sensitivity to light. Most reported adverse reactions are caused by the antibacterial agent, sulfacetamide. Reactions caused by the corticosteroid component, prednisolone, include: optic nerve damage, posterior subcataract formation, glaucoma and delayed healing. Secondary bacterial, viral or fungal infections, specifically in the cornea, may develop after long term use of a corticosteriod.

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