I've been taking prescription eyedrops for glaucoma for well over a decade. I've never read the carefully folded paper inside the box holding the drops until this past week.
My wife was clearing off our kitchen counter when she came to an empty eyedrop box with the printed notes filled front-to-back with lines and lines of information about the drops. The print is "small-small" and anybody with normal vision would have trouble reading it.
She looked at it and noticed the "Side Effects" listed. They almost matched perfectly what I've been experiencing for awhile. I've told my eye doctors about these symptoms for the past few years. They seem to shrug their shoulders indicating that they are stumped.
A few years ago, I asked one of my ophthalmologists about side effects of the drops and he seemed to say they are nothing to worry about.
Should I ask again before my next eye surgery on the day after Easter?