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Considering taking medication to treat high eye pressure or glaucoma that may worsen without treatment? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of high eye pressure or glaucoma that may worsen without treatment. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

24 medications found for high eye pressure or glaucoma that may worsen without treatment

Sorted by User Reviews

Drug Name Indication Type User Reviews
Diamox tablet On Label 112 Reviews
acetazolamide On Label 94 Reviews
Diamox Sequels On Label 23 Reviews
timolol maleate Drops Off Label 21 Reviews
timolol maleate Gel-Forming Solution Off Label 21 Reviews
methazolamide Off Label 20 Reviews
timolol Drops Off Label 15 Reviews
Istalol Drops, Once Daily Off Label 14 Reviews
Timoptic Drops Off Label 10 Reviews
timolol maleate (PF) Dropperette Off Label 6 Reviews
Neptazane Off Label 3 Reviews
Betoptic S Suspension, Drops (Final Dose Form) Off Label 2 Reviews
Betoptic Drops Off Label 1 Reviews
Betimol Drops Off Label 1 Reviews
betaxolol HCL Drops Off Label 1 Reviews
betaxolol Drops, Suspension Off Label 1 Reviews
Timoptic-XE Gel-Forming Solution Off Label 1 Reviews
Timoptic Ocudose Dropperette, Single Use Dropper Off Label 1 Reviews
GlaucTabs tablet Off Label 0 Reviews
MZM tablet Off Label 0 Reviews
Optipranolol Drops Off Label 0 Reviews
metipranolol Drops Off Label 0 Reviews
Ak-Zol tablet On Label 0 Reviews
Storzolamide tablet On Label 0 Reviews