Precaution while using Contact Lenses
Be awarethat certain medications
Be awarethat certain medications, such as antihistamines, decongestants, diuretics, muscle relaxants, tranquilizers and those for motion sickness may cause dryness of the eye, increased lens awareness (feeling of the lens in the eye) or blurred vision. Always inform your eye care professional if you experience any problems with your lenses while taking such medications. Depending on the severity, your eye care professional may prescribe the use oflubricating (wetting) dropsthat are indicated for use with soft contact lenses or may recommend that you stop wearing contact lenses while you are using these medications. Be aware that if you use oral contraceptives (birth control pills), you could develop changes in vision or comfort when wearing contact lenses.