How XALATAN Works

High eye pressure is a serious condition that can cause visual field loss if left untreated. Once the damage is done, it can’t be reversed. One dose of XALATAN each day can reduce eye pressure. Reducing eye pressure has been shown to reduce the risk of visual field loss from glaucoma.

Keep taking your XALATAN as prescribed for controlling high eye pressure to reduce the risk of developing glaucoma.

How XALATAN lowers eye pressure

The front of your eyes are naturally filled with a watery fluid. New fluid is always being produced by your body while the old fluid is draining out.

But if your drainage channels don’t work well, the fluid begins to build up. If this happens, the pressure inside your eyes will rise. You usually can’t feel this pressure, but it can cause damage to the optic nerve and lead to permanent vision loss.

XALATAN works by increasing the outflow of the fluid inside the eye. This allows excess fluid to drain. In turn, the pressure in your eyes drops.

If you think you have high eye pressure, or need high eye pressure treatment, talk to your eye doctor about whether XALATAN may be an appropriate option for you.

XALATAN Co-Pay Value Card

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Talking With Your Doctor

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