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    dorzolamide ophthalmic

    Side Effects

    List dorzolamide ophthalmic side effects by likelihood and severity.

    The following side effects are associated with dorzolamide ophthalmic:

    Common side effects of dorzolamide ophthalmic:

    • Eye ItchingSevere
    • Eye IrritationLess Severe
    • Raised Spots on the Cornea of the EyeLess Severe
    • Taste ProblemsLess Severe

    Infrequent side effects of dorzolamide ophthalmic:

    • Pink EyeSevere
    • Blurred VisionLess Severe
    • Dry EyeLess Severe
    • Excessive Watery EyesLess Severe
    • Red EyesLess Severe
    • Sensitive to LightLess Severe

    Rare side effects of dorzolamide ophthalmic:

    • BronchospasmSevere
    • Contact DermatitisSevere
    • Deficiency of Granulocytes a Type of White Blood CellSevere
    • Detachment of the Choroid of the EyeSevere
    • Giant HivesSevere
    • Inflammation of the Iris and Ciliary Body of the EyeSevere
    • Liver Tissue DeathSevere
    • Low Blood Counts due to Bone Marrow FailureSevere
    • NearsightednessSevere
    • NosebleedSevere
    • Numbness and TinglingSevere
    • Pain in the EyeSevere
    • RashSevere
    • Stevens-Johnson SyndromeSevere
    • Stones in the Urinary TractSevere
    • Throat PainSevere
    • Toxic Epidermal NecrolysisSevere
    • Trouble BreathingSevere
    • Crusting of the EyelidLess Severe
    • DizzyLess Severe
    • Dry MouthLess Severe
    • Feel Like Throwing UpLess Severe
    • Feeling WeakLess Severe
    • Head PainLess Severe

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