Elastat

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Elestat® (epinastine ophthalmic solution) is a medication often prescribed to prevent eye allergy symptoms. In particular, it is approved for preventing eye itching related to allergies. The drug is used as an eye drop, typically twice a day for each eye. It is best to use it throughout allergy season, even on days that you do not experience symptoms. Although most people tolerate this medicine well, potential side effects include sore throat, itchy eyes, and eye redness.
 
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