YOUR CHILD’S MEDICINE AT A GLANCE
Myatro 0.01% Eye Drop is a medicine given to treat eye problems such as myopia where a child can see nearby objects clearly but has problems seeing distant objects.
Myatro 0.01% Eye Drop should preferably be only used in the eye that is experiencing problems. The dose and duration depend upon the type and severity of the disease condition. So, stick to the dose, time, and way prescribed by the doctor.
Always wash the hands thoroughly with soap and hot water before and after using Myatro 0.01% Eye Drop. Doing so will help avoid the risk of any infection. For instilling the medicine, ask your child to lie down and look up and to the other side. Make sure your child remains still and calm while you are putting the medicine. Put the medicine drops in the lower eyelid, directed away from the nose. After this, ask your child to keep their eyes closed for some time so that the medicine doesn’t spill out and gets absorbed properly.
Abstain your child from rubbing their eyes soon after putting the medicine as it can lead to redness or irritation. Your child should not wear any sort of contact lenses while on treatment with Myatro 0.01% Eye Drop as this medicine can damage the lenses. Do not abruptly stop the medicine by yourself, even if your child starts to feel better. Continue the medicine until the prescribed course is complete. Consult your child’s doctor in case of any confusion.
This medicine may have some minor and temporary side effects such as blurry vision, photophobia, eye irritation, and stinging in the eyes. These episodes should start receding after a few doses. However, if these side effects persist or become bothersome for your child, report to the doctor without any delay.
Narrate your child’s complete medical history to your child’s doctor, including any previous episode of allergy, heart problems, blood disorders, birth defects, airway obstruction, lung anomaly, gastrointestinal problems, skin disorders, liver impairment, and kidney malfunction. This information is critical for dose alterations and for planning your child’s overall treatment.
USES OF MYATRO 0.01% EYE DROP IN CHILDREN
- Treatment of Myopia
BENEFITS OF MYATRO 0.01% EYE DROP FOR YOUR CHILD
In Treatment of Myopia
SIDE EFFECTS OF MYATRO 0.01% EYE DROP IN CHILDREN
Common side effects of Myatro
- Blurred vision
- Eye irritation
- Stinging sensation
HOW CAN I GIVE MYATRO 0.01% EYE DROP TO MY CHILD?
HOW MYATRO EYE DROP WORKS
WHAT IF I FORGET TO GIVE MYATRO 0.01% EYE DROP TO MY CHILD?
- Use the eye drops only in the problematic eye unless your child’s doctor has suggested otherwise.
- Once opened, do not keep Myatro 0.01% Eye Drop for more than 28 days at home. Discard the leftover medicine.
- To avoid contamination, do not touch the tip of the dropper to any surface, including the eyes, eyelids, or eyelashes.
- If your child is using more than one eye medicine, maintain a gap of few minutes between the two different medications.
- Adhere to the number of drops as suggested by your child’s doctor. Do not use more or less.
- Go for your child’s regular eye check-ups before and during the treatment.
- Only give Myatro 0.01% Eye Drop to your child for their current problem. Never save medicine for future illnesses.