Cyclopentolate Coupon and Discount

Our Cyclopentolate coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Cyclopentolate is a prescription drug that treats dilates pupils and diagnostic aid. The original cash price of Cyclopentolate is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Cyclopentolate coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Cyclopentolate.
Cyclopentolate Overview
Drug Name: Cyclopentolate
Brand Name(s): Cyclogyl, Cylate, AK-Pentolate, Pentolair, Ocu-Pentolate
Drug Class: Anticholinergics
Treats: Dilates pupils, diagnostic aid

Cyclopentolate is a medication that is commonly used to dilate the pupils of patients who are being given an eye exam or prior to an eye procedure. Cyclopentolate relaxes the muscles of the eye in order to widen the pupil for easier access to the internal components of the eye. It is more frequently used during pediatric exams.

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  • Cyclopentolate Uses

    Cyclopentolate prevents the eye's natural ability to zoom in and out in order to allow the right amount of light in to focus on and view objects at varying distances. Pupils typically dilate (or become larger) in the dark in order to allow more light into the eye. In lighter conditions, they become smaller in order to minimize the amount of light brought in. Changing the dilation of pupils allows optometrists to properly examine the eye for any damage or changes. Below you will find the uses of cyclopentolate.

    • Diagnostic aid
  • Cyclopentolate Dosage

    Dosage of cyclopentolate depends on the individual and the condition being treated. You should always use medication precisely as your doctor prescribes it. Below you will find a typical dosage of cyclopentolate.

    • This medication will be given about 40 minutes prior to your eye examination or procedure.
    • Cyclopentolate is given in drop form, directly into the eye.
    • Once drops have been applied, eyes must remain closed for 3 minutes.
    • Do not blink or squint as the drug is working.
    • The medication will leave your body naturally. Wear the provided protective eyewear, as directed by your doctor as pupils return back to normal size.
  • Cyclopentolate Side Effects

    Like any drug, cyclopentolate may cause side effects. If you experience severe or persistent side effects, you should contact your doctor. Mild side effects should dissipate with time and do not require medical attention. Below you will find a list of side effects associated with cyclopentolate. Note that not all possible side effects are listed here.

    • Changes in vision or eyes (pain, blurry or tunnel vision)
    • Coordination difficulties
    • Constipation
    • Decreased ability to sweat
    • Dry mouth
    • Dizzy or drowsiness
    • Fever
    • Heart racing or change in pulse
    • Rash or tingling of the skin
    • Speech problems
    • Trouble urinating
  • Cyclopentolate Interactions

    Like any drug, cyclopentolate may interact with other drugs and substances. Cyclopentolate doesn't have any known drug interactions, but this does not mean there is no possibility of any occurring. Contact your healthcare provider if you think you may be experiencing an interaction or any other form of unexplained bodily change after being given cyclopentolate. You may also contact the FDA to let them know which medications you are taking that may have caused a reaction. Be sure to mention prescription, over the counter, illegal, as well as vitamins and herbs, as all may affect other medications.