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

Your search for Inflammation of Eyelid Edges and the Lining of the Eye returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
AK-Poly-Bac ophthalmic     5 User Reviews
bacitracin ophthalmic     6 User Reviews
bacitracin-polymyxin B ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
Bleph-10 ophthalmic     7 User Reviews
Blephamide ophthalmic     5 User Reviews
Blephamide S.O.P. ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
erythromycin ophthalmic     17 User Reviews
flurbiprofen ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
Garamycin ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Gentak ophthalmic     12 User Reviews
gentamicin ophthalmic     26 User Reviews
gentamicin-prednisolone ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
Ilotycin ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Maxitrol ophthalmic     16 User Reviews
neomycin-bacitracin-poly-HC ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
neomycin-polymyxin B-dexamethasone ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
neomycin-polymyxin-gramicidin ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
Neo-Polycin HC ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Neosporin (neomycin-polymyxin-gramicidin D) ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
Ocufen ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Polycin ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
polymyxin B sulfate-trimethoprim ophthalmic     7 User Reviews
Polytrim ophthalmic     8 User Reviews
Pred-G ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
Pred-G S.O.P. ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
sulfacetamide sodium ophthalmic     19 User Reviews
sulfacetamide-prednisolone ophthalmic     Be the first to review it
tobramycin ophthalmic     14 User Reviews
Tobrex ophthalmic     7 User Reviews

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