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Who should not use fluorometholone ophthalmic suspension?

Fluorometholone ophthalmic suspension should not be used if you have a fungal infection, tuberculosis infection, viral infection (herpes), chicken pox infection or an untreated eye infection characterized by discharge or pus. Stop taking fluorometholone ophthalmic suspension if you develop an allergic reaction that is characterized by hives, rash, chest tightness, difficulty breathing, swelling around the face, mouth, lips or tongue. Stop using this medication if the following side effects persist beyond 48 hours: burning, stinging, redness, itching or swelling around the eyes.

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