Betoptic Eyedrops (Betaxolol) Customer Reviews

Betoptic Eyedrops

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Betoptic eyedrops uses 

Betoptic is an ocular beta-blocker medication that is also known as betaxolol. It is used to reduce elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) of patients suffering from glaucoma to prevent blindness. 

Betaxolol can be taken alone or combined with other drugs, as prescribed by your doctor.

How does Betoptic work? 

When patients have increased intraocular pressure (IOP), there is an abnormality between the in and out of the normal fluid cycle in your eyes called aqueous humor. This imbalance creates high pressure inside the eye that can damage your optic nerve; as a result, glaucoma occurs. 

Betoptic, when taken correctly, functions as a selective beta-blocker, constricting the blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries) in your eyes. This constriction reduces the amount of fluid produced in the eyes. As a result, its re-balances the fluid cycle and maintains the intraocular pressure at a healthy level.

Betoptic eyedrops Dosage 

The number of times and the amount you are going to use this drug will depend on the evaluation of your healthcare provider. It will depend on your current condition, age, and response to treatment. This drug is readily available in Betoptic eyedrops at 0.5 concentration. 

The recommended daily dose for this eye solution is one to two drops in the affected eye twice daily. Do not exceed and alter your dosage without consulting your doctor first.


To begin, thoroughly read all medication instructions and information. Use the medication precisely as instructed. If there is anything that you do not understand or are unsure about how to use this eye drop, consult your doctor or pharmacist. 

Before administering this medication, wash your hands. Remove the cap and make sure that the dropper is clean before putting it in your eyes. 

When instilling these eye drops, find your most comfortable position. Begin by tilting your head backward. Pull the lower lid down gently to create a pocket, then look up. Make sure the dropper does not come into contact with your eyes. Squeeze one drop of Betoptic into the pocket slowly and close your eyes for at least two minutes. 

You can press the inside corner of your eye while your eyes are closed to avoid the drops from entering your throat. Do not blink or wipe your eyes. After applying the medication, make sure to wash your hands. 

If you need to use more than one drop, repeat these steps and wait five minutes before administering the next drop. However, if you are still using other ophthalmic medicine, wait for at least 10 minutes before applying it. Avoid taking this drug into the mouth.

Betoptic eyedrops side effects 

The following are the most common side effects of betaxolol eye drops, which usually improve with time: 

  • Temporary mild burning, stinging, or eye discomfort 
  • Feels like there is something in your eye
  • Blurred vision
  • Eye itching
  • Inflammation in the eyes
  • Dry eyes 

Seek medical advice right away if any of these side effects worsen or if you experience any of the following adverse reactions: 

  • Trouble breathing 
  • Cough 
  • Respiratory tract infection 
  • Irregular heartbeat 
  • Hives
  • Decreased libido
  • Depression
  • Sore tongue
  • Fatigue
  • Lightheadedness or fainting 

This list does not include all of the drug’s potential side effects. Talk to your doctor about other unwanted effects not listed above.


Make sure that you have fully disclosed your medical history before beginning this therapy to your doctor, especially if you have the following: muscle weakness, overactive thyroid, diabetes, circulation, heart, or breathing problems, as this can exacerbate your condition. 

Notify your doctor of all the drug or herbal supplements you are on because they may interact with betaxolol. 

Do not use this medication if you are allergic to betaxolol or other ingredients. Keep an eye out for any allergic reactions such as rashes, hives, swelling of the face and lips, throat tightness, or difficulty breathing when taking this drug. You should seek medical attention as soon as these signs and symptoms develop. 

Temporary vision impairment may occur; avoid driving or operating machinery as these tasks require clear vision to avoid accidents. 

Remove contact lenses before administering these eye drops. This medication can permanently stain your lenses. Wait for at least 15 minutes before putting it back or temporarily avoid wearing contact lenses while on this therapy. 

Bear in mind to store this medicine in an upright position. Make sure to keep this eye drop out of the reach of children.

How much does Betoptic eyedrops cost? 

We offer the most affordable pricing on this eyedrop. Check the top of this description.

Frequently Asked Questions 

Is Betoptic eyedrops safe for pregnant women? 

Do not take Betoptic eyedrops unless otherwise prescribed by your doctor to avoid harming your unborn child.

Is Betoptic eyedrops safe for children? 

Consult your doctor first before using Betoptic on young individuals. This drug is given to adults only according to clinical studies.

Is it possible to use Betoptic if you have asthma? 

Do not use Betoptic if you have breathing problems, such as asthma and COPD patients, as this can aggravate your condition. Talk to your doctor about other alternative eye medications.

Can I stop using Betoptic eyedrops on my own? 

Even if your condition is improving, it is not recommended that you stop using Betoptic eyedrops suddenly. Do not stop using this until your doctor tells you to. 

Additional information

Generic name:



Eye Drops, Opthalmic Solution



Quantities Available:

5mL, 10mL

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