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HOW IS DRY EYE
DiiAGNOSED?

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XiiDRA targets inflammation, a source of dry eye symptoms

A QUiiCK EXAM CAN
TELL YOU A LOT
ABOUT YOUR EYES

Rather than spending time on the internet searching
terms like dry eyes or eyes, go right to an expert:
your eye doctor.

Your eye doctor will do a simple test to examine the surface
of your eyes for signs of irritation and inflammation. And
once all the info is gathered, you may get a diagnosis of dry
eye. If that’s the case, ask if prescription Xiidra is right for you.

Your eye doctor knows what to look for when it comes to dry eye symptoms. All you need to do is share a little info at your next appointment, like...

  • Your symptoms

    Your
    symptoms

  • Your age

    Your age

  • Where you live

    Where
    you live

  • If you wear contacts

    If you wear
    contacts

  • If you’re using artificial tears

    If you’re using
    artificial tears

THiiNKING ABOUT A PRESCRIPTION?

For dry eye symptoms
that keep coming back, it
may be time to
ask your eye doctor about prescription Xiidra.

Thinking About a prescription
Thinking About a prescription
What is Xiidra?

Xiidra is a prescription eye drop used to treat the signs and symptoms of dry eye disease.

Important Safety Information

Do not use Xiidra if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. Seek medical care immediately if you get any symptoms of an allergic reaction.

The most common side effects of Xiidra include eye irritation, discomfort or blurred vision when the drops are applied to the eyes, and an unusual taste sensation.

To help avoid eye injury or contamination of the solution, do not touch the container tip to your eye or any surface. If you wear contact lenses, remove them before using Xiidra and wait for at least 15 minutes before placing them back in your eyes.

It is not known if Xiidra is safe and effective in children under 17 years of age.

For additional safety information, click here for Full Prescribing Information and Patient Information and discuss with your doctor.

You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit http://www.fda.gov/medwatch, or call 1-800-FDA-1088.