Alomide

Alomide eye drops reduce inflammation of the eye. Inflammation of the eye causes the symptoms of an eye allergy - redness, itching and a watery discharge.

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Alomide Overview

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Alomide is a brand name medication included in a group of medications called Other antiallergics. For more information about Alomide see its generic Lodoxamide

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Lodoxamide

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Alomide Drug Class

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