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FYI Olopatadine just recently became OTC and works a lot better. It's currently much more expensive but once you see generics it should bring down the cost. As someone who gets nearly year-round allergies in Texas I find that olopatadine works very well whereas ketotifen (Alaway) is much less effective. Better than nothing though.

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FYI Olopatadine just recently became OTC and works a lot better. It's currently much more expensive but once you see generics it should bring down the cost. As someone who gets nearly year-round allergies in Texas I find that olopatadine works very well whereas ketotifen (Alaway) is much less effective. Better than nothing though.
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Thanks OP. This is what I use for my allergies and it works well for me. Just order.
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We use ketotifen Eye drops and are in Texas also, they work much better for us then the other stuff. Our allergist recommended them to us and even using them since.
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Thanks OP. Repped. Only went for the single. Don't need it often, but when you do. Great price!
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Great price but I go with the smaller sized target brand version. I don't use them that much so the smaller size one is perfect and less wasteful for me.
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FYI Olopatadine just recently became OTC and works a lot better. It's currently much more expensive but once you see generics it should bring down the cost. As someone who gets nearly year-round allergies in Texas I find that olopatadine works very well whereas ketotifen (Alaway) is much less effective. Better than nothing though.
This is just about at wholesale, so good buy!
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Get the single pack. I use a drop in each eye, two times a day. A bottle lasts forever.
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Great price but I go with the smaller sized target brand version. I don't use them that much so the smaller size one is perfect and less wasteful for me.
How much are those? I've noticed that generic stuff works just as well as long as it's not a really shitty generic
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Does this help for eye irritation caused by money shots?
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I gonna give a try on this since Olopatadine doesn't do much for me.
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FYI Olopatadine just recently became OTC and works a lot better. It's currently much more expensive but once you see generics it should bring down the cost. As someone who gets nearly year-round allergies in Texas I find that olopatadine works very well whereas ketotifen (Alaway) is much less effective. Better than nothing though.
I agree. I've used pataday for 10 years and it used to be $150 for a tiny bottle that would last a month for me during my allergy season, I'd go through 2 bottles usually. Now that it's OTC, it's about $28 for 2 bottles laugh out loud once daily and you're set, wait 15 mins to put in contacts. As far as I can tell the OTC and Rx versions work the same for me but I have been buying the same brand name.
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