C-NAC Eye Drop 10ml (Carboxymethylcellulose 3mg/N-Acetyl-Carnosine)

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C-NAC eye drops are a salt-composition lubricant prescribed for dry eyes. It contains carboxymethylcellulose, n-acetyl carnosine, and glycerine to act in a similar way as natural tears. If there is not enough moisture it can cause Dry eyes. This happens because eyes do not produce enough tears or because of high temperature. C-NAC just act as artificial tears to give relief from redness, swelling or itchiness. Additionally, n-acetyl carnosine prevents the formation of cataracts.

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C-NAC Eye Drop 10ml (Carboxymethylcellulose 3mg/N-Acetyl-Carnosine 1%)

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C-NAC should be used as prescribed. Consult your doctor if you wear contact lenses. Common side effects are pain, worsened irritation, and blurry vision. Contact your doctor if they persist, and avoid operating machinery and driving. C-NAC eyedrops do not cause drowsiness. 

Always have consultation if you are going through any other eye treatment.Also inform your doctor if you have high blood pressure, diabetes or galucoma. Children should use C-NAC eye drops only under prescription and supervision. 

Do not use C-NAC if you are allergic to any of the components. This medicine is safe for use when pregnant or lactating. 

Directions for use

C-NAC eye drops are used externally only for the affected eye.  Thoroughly wash your hands before and after handling the bottle. Tilt your head and lower the bottom eyelid.  Dropper should be hold above the eye. Squeeze the required dosage and slowly close your eyes. Avoid rubbing your eyes or blinking too fast. Clean off any excess. Replace the cap immediately after use. Do not touch the tip of the dropper with your hand, eye, or eyelid to avoid contaminating the eyedrops. Read the instructions carefully and follow the doctor’s dosage and duration of use.

Dosage of C-NAC eye drop

Administer C-NAC eye drop as prescribed. In case of missed doses, administer the prescribed drops immediately. Do not double the dose.

C-NAC eyedrops are for external use only. While the chances of an overdose are minimal, adhere to the prescribed dose.

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  • General Precautions
    C-NAC is for external use only. Do not consume it in any case. Rinse off with water if you accidentally cosnume it.
    Inform your doctor if you have glaucoma, diabetes, high blood pressure, eye injury, or use other eye medication before using C-NAC eye drops. 
    Administer other medication 10 minutes apart to avoid dilution. Use eye drops before eye ointments for better effectiveness.
  • Driving and operating machines
    It can cause temporary disturbance in vision or even cause pain and irritation. On facing these symptoms avoid driving vehicle or operating machine.
  • Safety 
    Only start use if the container seal is intact. Check for expiration of the products always. Do not consume it after expiry or after 30 days of strip opening. Discard any leftover solution. 
    Avoid contamination of the container. Always maintain hygiene while touching, rinsing the dropper.
    Do not use C-NAC eye drops if it looks milky or has changed color. 
    Store out of reach of children and pets. Keep in a cool place away from direct sunlight.
  • Allergy 
    Do not use C-NAC eye drops if allergic to carboxymethylcellulose, n-acetyl carnosine, or glycerine
  • Pregnancy
    C-NAC is safe for use in pregnancy. However, use it with caution and consult your doctor.
  • Breastfeeding
    C-NAC is safe for use while breastfeeding. However, use it with caution and consult your doctor.
  • Pediatrics
    Children should only use C-NAC eye drops when prescribed by a doctor.

Use of C-NAC eye drop

  • Relief of burning sensation caused by dry eyes.
  • Chronic irritation of the conjunctiva.
  • Treatment after laser procedure.
  • Eye irritation caused by computer/TV use.

Side effects of C-NAC eye drop

C-NAC can cause redness. itching or discomfort at the applied eye. These are normal side effects and gets normal after the body adjusts to it.
C-NAC eye drops can cause discharge. If the eyes swell and symptoms persist for more than 72 hours consult your doctor. 
Short-term vision disturbances may also occur. 

Q: Do C-NAC eyedrops have side effects? 
Side effects of C-NAC eye drops are burning, itching, and discomfort at the application site. Short-term vision disturbances may also occur. These reactions are temporary and should resolve as the body adjusts to the medicine. 

C-NAC eye drops can also cause discharge. If the eyes swell, become red, and symptoms persist for more than 72 hours consult your doctor or rush to the nearest hospital.

Q: Can I use C-NAC eye drops while wearing contacts?
Consult your doctor for advice before using C-NAC while wearing contact lenses. 

Q: How often should C NAC eye drops be used?
Follow the prescribed dosage of C NAC eye drops given. The correct dosage and duration of use depends on age and disease condition.

Q: What should I do if I skip a dose of C-NAC eye drops?
If any dose is skipped, take it immediately when you realize it unless it is close to your next dose.
Q: Should I stop using C-NAC eye drops if I feel better?
You should complete the dose of C-NAC prescribed unless instructed by the doctor.

Consult your doctor about all possible interactions between C-NAC eye drops and any medication you are taking before starting treatment. 

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Manufacturer : A. Menarini India Pvt Ltdine HCL)
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