Drug name: Travatan Z
Travatan Z generic name: Travoprost
Strength: 2.5mL – 5mL
TRAVATAN ZÂ®â€¯(travoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.004% is a sterile, buffered aqueous solution of travoprost. Glaucoma and other eye disorders can produce excessive eye pressure, which is treated using eyedrops. It accomplishes this by maintaining a normal ocular pressure by controlling the flow of fluids into the eyes. Travatan Z is commonly kept in the fridge, even though it is not required, because it is easier to feel the drops in your eye when they are cold. Travatan Z storage comes in a variety of Travatan Z bottle sizes ranging from 2.5mL to 5mL, with a strength of Travatan Z 0.004%.
This medicine is administered to the eyes directly. Remove your contact lenses if you wear them and wash your hands before using them. Certain ingredients in this medicine can be absorbed through contact lenses. Before re-inserting your contact lenses, wait at least fifteen minutes.
Tilt your head back and stare up when using Travatan Z Eyedrops. Make a pouch at the bottom of your eye socket by pulling your lower lid down. Put one drop in the eye that is irritated. Close your eyes and gaze down, putting pressure on the inner corner of your eye with your finger to keep the drain from draining. For one to two minutes, keep your eyes like that. If necessary, repeat on the opposite eye.
To avoid infection, do not handle or rinse the dropper. When not in use, make sure the cap is on. Before taking additional eye medicines, wait at least five minutes. Before using ointments, use eye drops. For the greatest effects, use it consistently. Many people who have glaucoma and other eye disorders don’t show any signs or symptoms.
Using Travatan Z
Please seek medical advice before using this medication if you have a history of:
Consult your prescribing doctor for advice in the event of an eye infection, accident, or surgery. Regardless of how much is left in the current bottle, you may be requested to begin a new one.
Blurred vision is a side effect of Travatan Z Eyedrops. Wait until it’s safe to drive, operate machinery, or do anything else that requires alertness or clear eyesight.
Consult your prescribing doctor regarding the use of this medicine if you are pregnant or nursing. It’s absorbed through breast milk.
Other eye medicines and Travatan Z Eyedrops might interact.
- Blurred vision
- Eye redness/discomfort/itching
- Feeling something in the eye
- Dry eyes
- Eyelid crusting
- Increase in eyelash number/length/thickness
- Darkening of eyelids/lashes
- Eyelid changes
- Increased sensitivity to light
- Brown discoloration of the iris
- Vision changes
- Eye pain
- Swelling/redness of eyelids
- Allergic reaction
Travatan Z Prices
The cost is determined by the dose and amount ordered. The top of the page has a pricing list.