Bimat (With Brush) 3 ml. (0.03%)
About Bimat (With Brush) 3 ml. (0.03%)
Bimat is a treatment for Open Angle Glaucoma that lowers the pressure inside the eye and, interestingly, makes eyelashes grow faster.
Bimatoprost is the primary ingredient in this eye drop.
Ajanta Pharmaceuticals is the manufacturer of Bimat.
Bimat (With Brush) 3 ml. (0.03%) comes with highly positive reviews and is a recommended medication for Open Angle Glaucoma.
3 ml solution of Bimat is used in the following conditions:
Open-Angle Glaucoma is the most common, painless eye condition that can lead to permanent blindness and loss of vision.
In Open-Angle Glaucoma, the pressure inside the eye grows alarmingly, causing vision loss.
By lowering the pressure inside the eye, the Bimat solution helps treat Open-Angle Glaucoma.
When the eye makes too much fluid, pressure builds up, causing Intraocular pressure to rise. This can lead to Glaucoma in the long run.
Hypotrichosis of eyelashes
Hypotrichosis is when hair growth slows down or falls out in the area near the eye.
Bimat eye drops have been shown to help repair hair around the eyes, mainly for people who use eyelashes.
Bimatoprost is used as an active ingredient in eye drops. It is a Prostaglandin analog.
This eye drop works to clear out blocked drains in the eye area. It also helps the eyelashes grow longer.
Because of this, the extra fluid in the eye's inner space is let out, which decreases intraocular pressure.
Bimatoprost, the primary ingredient, is a salt that the FDA approves.
How to use it
Care should be taken to put the drops in one eye at a time.
- You can just put it in your eye
- Follow the doctor's instructions and only use one drop per day
- To treat Hypotrichosis of the eyelashes, put the drop gently on the root of the upper eyelashes with an applicator
- Most of the time, you should only take one dose per day
- You should use the eye drop precisely as your doctor tells you to
If you forget to take your Eye Drops, take them as soon as you remember. If it's time for the next dose, skip the one you missed. Don't take two doses the next time to make up for the one you missed.
Do not use two Bimat eye drops at once. You should see a doctor immediately if you've taken two doses.
The following are some of the side effects of taking Bimat eye drops:
- Eye dryness
- Watering eyes
- Itchy eyes
- Burning feeling in the eyes
- Changes in eyesight
- Blurred vision
- Discomfort in the eyes
Bimat, 0.03% wv, is a safe medication but can interact with other drugs and diseases to show side effects. You must take advice from your doctor before using the eye drops.
This drug may interact with eye medicines like Latanoprost, Tafluprost, Travoprost, and Unoprostone.
Inform your physician about your medical history if you had
- Renal or liver problems,
- Uveitis (eye inflammation) or Macular Edema (fluid buildup in the eye resulting in swelling)
You should avoid the usage of solution in the following cases:
- If you wear contact lenses, you should take them out before you use eye drops. After two hours, you can put the lenses back in your eyes
- If you drink alcohol while using Bimat eye drops, it could hurt your liver
- If you are pregnant or want to get pregnant, you should talk to your doctor about how the eyedrops might affect the fetus or you
- Allergic to Bimatoprost
- Having problems with your eyes
Store the eye drops away from sunlight and in a cool and dry place.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I drive if I have instilled Bimat Eye Drop?
Bimat Eye Drop does not affect how well you can drive. After the eyedrop, you might have temporary trouble seeing clearly. Only drive once you can see clearly.
Can I use Bimat Eye Drop while breastfeeding?
There is little known about how to use Bimat Eye Drop while breastfeeding. Although, it's not a good idea to use it while breastfeeding.
Can I use Bimat Eye Drop during pregnancy?
There aren't many instructions about how safe Bimat Eye Drop is for pregnant women. Your doctor will tell you when and how to take this medicine.