Levobunolol

Drug Interactions

Levobunolol may potentially interact with a number of other medicines (see Drug Interactions With Levobunolol).
 

What If I Take an Overdose?

It is not clear what exactly to expect from an overdose with this medication. If you happen to overdose on levobunolol, seek immediate medical attention.
 
(Click Betagan Overdose for more information.)
 

How Should Levobunolol Be Stored?

Levobunolol should be stored upright between 59° F and 77° F. Keep this and all other medications out of the reach of children.
 

What Should I Do If I Miss a Dose?

If you do not take your levobunolol as scheduled, take your missed dose as soon as you remember. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue with your regular schedule. Do not take a double dose of this medication.
 

How Does Levobunolol Work?

Levobunolol belongs to a group of drugs called beta-adrenergic blocking agents, more often known as beta blockers. As the name implies, these medications block beta receptors in the body. Beta receptors are located in a number of places within the body, including the eyes. Beta blockers lower the pressure in the eye by decreasing the amount of fluid produced by the eye (known as aqueous humor).
 

When and How to Take It

Some general considerations include the following:
 
  • This medication comes in the form of an eye drop. It is used in the affected eye(s) once or twice a day.
     
  • In order to prevent contamination of the drops, do not touch the tip of the dropper to any surface, including the surface of the eye.
     
  • For the medication to work properly, it must be taken as directed.
     
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Levobunolol Drug Information

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