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Considering taking medication to treat Open Angle Glaucoma? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Open Angle Glaucoma. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Xalatan ophthalmic     84 User Reviews
acetazolamide oral     76 User Reviews
Lumigan ophthalmic     62 User Reviews
Combigan ophthalmic     49 User Reviews
Travatan Z ophthalmic     42 User Reviews
Azopt ophthalmic     33 User Reviews
Alphagan P ophthalmic     33 User Reviews
Diamox Sequels oral     22 User Reviews
methazolamide oral     15 User Reviews
Simbrinza ophthalmic     15 User Reviews
timolol maleate ophthalmic     14 User Reviews
latanoprost ophthalmic     14 User Reviews
Cosopt ophthalmic     13 User Reviews
timolol ophthalmic     13 User Reviews
Istalol ophthalmic     13 User Reviews
Zioptan (PF) ophthalmic     11 User Reviews
brimonidine ophthalmic     10 User Reviews
Timoptic ophthalmic     8 User Reviews
pilocarpine ophthalmic     6 User Reviews
Trusopt ophthalmic     5 User Reviews
dorzolamide ophthalmic     4 User Reviews
dorzolamide-timolol ophthalmic     4 User Reviews
timolol (PF) ophthalmic     4 User Reviews
Neptazane oral     3 User Reviews
Phospholine Iodide ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
brinzolamide ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
Betoptic S ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
Timoptic-XE ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
levobunolol ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
Isopto Carpine ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
echothiophate iodide ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
Betimol ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
betaxolol ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
travoprost ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
bimatoprost ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
dorzolamide-timolol (PF) ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
Cosopt (PF) ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
apraclonidine ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Betagan ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
metipranolol ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Iopidine ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Isopto Carbachol ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
carbachol ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
carteolol ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
unoprostone isopropyl ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Rescula ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Timoptic Ocudose (PF) ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
travoprost (benzalkonium) ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
brimonidine-timolol ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
tafluprost (PF) ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
brinzolamide-brimonidine ophthalmic     Be the first to review it

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