Latissee Ophthalmic Drops, Solution 0.03pct Drug Medication Dosage Information
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Latissee: Ophthalmic drops, solution (0.03%)

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Latisse 0.03% Ophth Soln
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Latisse 0.03% Ophth Soln
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Latisse 0.03% Ophth Soln

What is this Medicine?

BIMATOPROST (bi MA toe prost) is used on the upper eyelashes to increase their growth. It helps make eyelashes longer, thicker, and darker.

CVS Pharmacy Patient Statistics for Latissee: Ophthalmic drops, solution(0.03%)
Generic vs. Brand Name Usage*
*Brand contains same active ingredient but may not represent FDA-approved generic equivalent
Usage By Strength
In-Depth Information

Latisse 0.03% Ophthalmic Solution

NDC: 000233616
  • Prescription Required
  • Not a Controlled Drug
    (CSA Schedule)
  • FDA Approved




FDA approved for the following conditions:
Hypotrichosis

Storage Information
Store between 36 to 77 degrees F
Latisse 0.03% Ophthalmic Solution

Reported Side Effects for Latisse 0.03% Ophthalmic Solution

Visual Impairment Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: SEVERE
Onset: EARLY
Darkened Skin Patches Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: DELAYED
Eye Irritation Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: RAPID
Secretion Of Tears Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: EARLY
Change In Eye Color Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: DELAYED
Foreign Body Sensation Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: RAPID
Skin Redness Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MODERATE
Onset: EARLY
Conjunctivitis Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MODERATE
Onset: DELAYED
Cataracts Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MODERATE
Onset: DELAYED
Dry Eyes Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: EARLY
Light Sensitivity Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MODERATE
Onset: EARLY
Itchy Eyes Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: RAPID
Eye Pain Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: EARLY
Eye Inflammatoin Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: SEVERE
Onset: DELAYED
Inflamed Iris (Eye) Incidence:
<1.0%*
Severity: MODERATE
Onset: DELAYED
Red Eyes Incidence:
<45.0%*
Severity: MODERATE
Onset: EARLY
Inflamed Eyes Incidence:
<10.0%*
Severity: MODERATE
Onset: EARLY
Ambras Syndrome Incidence:
>10.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: DELAYED
*This is an approximate aggregated range of reported side effects from clinical studies performed on this drug. Your experience with this drug may be different.
Pregnancy & Lactation Information
FIRST Trimester

Class C - Animal studies have shown an adverse effect and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women. OR No animal studies have been conducted and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women.

SECOND Trimester

Class C - Animal studies have shown an adverse effect and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women. OR No animal studies have been conducted and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women.

THIRD Trimester

Class C - Animal studies have shown an adverse effect and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women. OR No animal studies have been conducted and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women.

Lactation

Compatible - This drug is generally safe to take by nursing mothers.


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