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Side Effects of Glaucoma Drugs

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Old February 9th 07, 10:20 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Default Side Effects of Glaucoma Drugs

Has anyone experienced side effects of the glaucoma drugs Trusopt,
Timolol, Demecarium Bromide or Xalatan. My dog just started those
drugs a few weeks ago and is now having what seems like sensititive
paws (like a numbness or tingling that causes her to hop from foot to
foot for 10 - 15 min). The vet and neurologist can't find anything
wrong. The eye vet says it not the drugs, but I would like to be sure.
I have done a little research and it seems it may be one of the drugs
after all.

Just wondering if anyone else has experience with those drugs.


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