FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: PATADAY

User Comments:


For Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis “Was so disappointed when the pharmacy informed me these were $202, luckily I only paid $30 after insurance. But, the bottle is so small it doesn’t last more than a week or two. Good news is it worked, for the 1st time in years my eyes stopped burning from the moment I woke up, and relief last 8 + hours. I took before bed 1st few days, and symptoms were back by morning, so switched to doing drops in morning.”

Worth the expense! (taken for less than 1 month) February 12, 2017


For Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis “as soon as I Found and Finished this 156.00 bottle of medicine, I had the same symptoms. My eyes pain and Headache I ended up in the ER with a bill over 1500.00 (ins applied to deductable) and back with the same problem within 2 weeks. The ER Dr alone charged me 899.00 and was not participitating in my insurance plan even though the hospital that I specifically went to did. Very frustrating. Back to square one. Why are these drops SO expensive??”

singasonglorrie July 28, 2016


For Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis “This med is too expensive. It provides short term relief of burning and itching. Does not completely relieve symptoms. Compared with Naphcon A generic, it is less effective. Naphcon generic is only $10. Usually only need it in AM and lasts all day while Pataday lasts a couple hours.”

Quilterlady23 (taken for 1 to 6 months) May 12, 2016


For Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis “Went to my eye doctor for my yearly bout of allergic conjunctivitis, happens as soon as the trees start pollinating. Got my first prescription for Pataday and was shocked at the cost, with insurance I paid $135.00!. I really wanted these drops to work! I suffer from red, burning and itcy eyes, mild morning upper eyelid swelling. These drops never burned, they also never worked! I saw zero improvement in my eyes appearance or feeling after 4 weeks of use, they look they look and feel the same. Pharmacist thought I might be allergic to Pataday and suggested I try OTC Zaditor next, much cheaper! Very Disappointed!”

Red eyes April 24, 2016


For Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis “Eyes still swollen and itchy”

Tompovo (taken for 1 to 6 months) April 19, 2016


For Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis “Relieved my swollen and extremely itchy eyes right away. I’ve been developing conjunctivitis during the worst pollen seasons–very relieved to have a fix.”

Santa Cruz (taken for less than 1 month) March 27, 2016

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