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alphagan for pterygium inflamation/redness for steroid responders
does Alphagan help me with suppressing pterygium related inflamation and redness?

the surgeon said it will. he asked me to use this as i am steroid responder.
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You keep asking the same question and the answer doesn't change.  Alphagan P is for lowering IOP only, not an antioxidant, it is sometimes used to keep the pupil from dilating fully at night after IOL or lasik surgery.

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I have never used it or heard about it for this purpose.  You can also use NASIsD eye drop.

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