I have glaucoma only in my left eye—my right eye is perfect. Two days ago, I accidentally put my glaucoma medication, Dorzox, in my right eye—is that OK?
It should be no problem at all. It isn’t an oversight you’d like to have happen regularly, but a single dose to the unaffected eye shouldn’t cause any issues.
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