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Who should not use Omnipred?

You should not use Omnipred if you know you are allergic to prednisolone acetate or other corticosteroids. You also should not use it if you have a viral, fungal or bacterial eye infection. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not use Omnipred unless they have discussed the benefits and risks with their doctor and their doctor has approved its use. Certain medical conditions may prevent you from using these eye drops, affect your dosage or require special monitoring during your treatment. These conditions include: drug or food allergies, diabetes, glaucoma, herpes simplex and cataracts or recent cataract surgery.

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