Naphazoline Coupon and Discount

Our Naphazoline coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Naphazoline is a prescription drug that treats ocular redness, ocular burning and ocular irritation. The original cash price of Naphazoline is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Naphazoline 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 Naphazoline.
Naphazoline Overview
Drug Name: Naphazoline
Brand Name(s): Albalon, Naphcon, Vasocon
Drug Class: Alpha Agonists
Treats: Ocular redness, ocular burning, ocular irritation

Naphazoline temporarily relieves the symptoms caused by dry eyes by constricting ocular blood vessels then coating the eye, also acting as a lubricant and ophthalmic decongestant. Known as a sympathomimetic (alpha receptor agonist), Naphazoline is a vasoconstrictor that decreases congestion when applied to the mucus membrane. Some brands contain other ingredients such as glycerin or hypromellose to aid with extra protection.

  • Naphazoline Discount Coupon - Save Up To 75%* Off!

    The free Naphazoline Coupon and Discount Card can save you up to 75%* off your prescription prices. All you have to do is print the coupon and bring it to the pharmacy to receive the benefits of our drug discount program. This coupon is not insurance and is not valid in combination with any government-sponsored drug plans.

    Naphazoline Coupon
    Average Savings:
    75%* Off
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  • Naphazoline Uses

    Naphazoline is used to treat symptoms caused by dry eyes. Naphazoline can also be used to counter the effects of dust, wind, smog and pollen as well as those caused by swimming or the use of contact lenses. This medication is to be used only as directed and should not be increased or used for longer than 72 hours. Doing so may lead to a greater risk of side effects. Below you will find the uses of naphazoline.

    • Eye itching
    • Burning in the eyes
    • Eye redness
    • Irritation caused by dry eyes
  • Naphazoline Dosage

    Dosage of Naphazoline depends on the individual and the condition being treated. Before using naphazoline, be sure to wash your hands. To ensure the medicine stays as clean as possible, do not touch the applicator tip to any surface, including the eye. Do not use if solution becomes cloudy or the color changes. Naphazoline is available in both a solution and gel/jelly form and is not to be used in infants or children for it can cause severe slowing of the central nervous system. Below you will find a typical dosage of naphazoline.

    • Apply pressure to inside corner of the affected eye and continue for 1-2 minutes after application of medication
    • Tilt head back and using the forefinger of the same hand, hold the lower eyelid away from the eye to form a pouch
    • Drop the medicine into this area then gently close your eyes, keeping them closed for 1-2 minutes, allowing proper absorption
    • Repeat as necessary, but not more often than every four hours
  • Naphazoline Side Effects

    As with any medication, unwanted adverse reactions could occur when using Naphazoline and increased eye irritation has been reported in cases where the patient used this drug longer than recommended. Some side effects may not need medical attention, and as your body develops a tolerance, these will disappear. You should speak with your healthcare professional to determine if there are things you can do to deter the onset of such effects. Side effects associated with naphazoline include the following. Note that not all possible side effects are listed.

    • Headache
    • Dizziness
    • Nausea
    • Increased sweating
    • Weakness
    • Nervousness

    Some symptoms that could indicate overdose may include:

    • Decrease in body temperature
    • Decrease in heart rate
    • Drowsiness
    • Severe weakness
  • Naphazoline Interactions

    Like any drug, Naphazoline may interact with other drugs and substances. To avoid transient mydriasis, patients with narrow-angle glaucoma should avoid using Naphazoline. Patients with severe cardiovascular disease, including cardiac arrhythmias, should also use caution when using Naphazoline. Some of the drugs that may interact with Naphazoline include the following. Note that not all possible interactions are listed.