What is Mydriacyl?
Tropicamide causes muscles in the eye to become relaxed. This dilates (widens) the pupil so that it does not react (narrow) when your doctor shines an examination light into your eye.
What is Mydriacyl used for?
Mydriacyl (for the eyes) is used to dilate the pupil for an eye examination or other diagnostic procedure.
How to consume Mydriacyl?
Mydriacyl is most often used only in a doctor's office during an eye examination. Instructions are provided below for giving yourself the medicine if your doctor has prescribed it for home use. Do not take by mouth. Mydriacyl is for use only in the eyes.
What is to be avoided while using Mydriacyl?
Mydriacyl may cause blurred vision, or make your eyes very sensitive to light. Be careful if you drive or do anything that requires you to be able to see clearly. This effect may last as long as 24 hours. Protect your eyes from bright light while your pupils are dilated.
What other drugs will affect Mydriacyl?
It is not likely that other drugs you take orally or inject will have an effect on tropicamide used in the eyes. But many drugs can interact with each other.