Gluacoma eyedrops are the most common way to treat glaucoma. These medications lower your eye pressure by slowing the production of aqueous humor or by improving the flow through the drainage angle.These eyedrops must be taken every day. Just like any other medication, it is important to take your eyedrops regularly as prescribed by your ophthalmologist.
Never change or stop taking your medications without talking with your doctor. If you are about to run out of your medication, ask your doctor if you should have it refilled.