TRAVATAN Z Reviews

Average Rating: 1.2 (4 Ratings)

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RATING  REASONSIDE EFFECTS FOR TRAVATAN ZCOMMENTSSEXAGEDURATION/
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DATE ADDED
 
 1  High pressure Dizzy weak off balance made my panic attacks worse have them ever day now 3 or 4 times day doc won't believe i am having these effects says if I don't take the eye drops he will not give me my eye infection All I can say it my lower pressure but you can't function. F 73 2 years
2.5 1X D
8/10/2021
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 1  Glaucoma Couldnít sleep some nights, then suddenly stopped sleeping for 10 days, until I got a sleeping pill and quit this drug. Doctors need to listen to their patients reactions to new drugs AND report them. They donít want to believe you. But this was the only change made in my life that would cause insomnia. Went to 2 sleep clinics - no help. F 73 2 months
1X D
9/11/2019
 1  Glaucoma Blurred vision, sleepiness, depression, eye pain It only dropped my pressure by 2-4 points. I stopped taking it due to the side effects and started using Life Extension Eye Pressure Support and my pressure dropped by 6-8 points. Travatan is not a good drug and the side effects are terrible. F 63 6 months
1 drop 1X D
1/9/2017
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 2  glaucoma Extremely tired. Made me extremely tired; napping during the day for about 2 hours. Red eyes all day. Depression and anxiety. It did lower my pressure from 19 to 14. I was forced to stop it as I could not handle the side effects. M 59 2 weeks
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8/30/2015
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TRAVATAN Z  (TRAVOPROST):  Travoprost is used to treat high pressure inside the eye due to glaucoma (open-angle type) or other eye diseases (e.g., ocular hypertension). Lowering high pressure inside the eye can help prevent blindness. This medication works by regulating the flow of fluid within the eye to maintain a normal pressure.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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