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Nevanac (Nepafenac)

Qty-Price (USD)
Type: drug type
Product: Nevanac Opht. Suspension
Manufacturer: Novartis
Country: Canada
Dosage: 0.1 %/5 ml
Type: drug type
Product: Nevanac Opht. Suspension
Manufacturer: Alcon
Country: India
Dosage: 0.1 %/5 ml

Generic Equivalent of Nevanac
Qty-Price (USD)
Type: drug type
Product: Nepafenac Opht. Suspension (Nepalact Z - Sun Pharma)
Manufacturer: Generic
Country: India
Dosage: 0.1 %/5 ml

Nevanac online Canadian Pharmacy

Nevanac Information

Do you need to fill a prescription for Nevanac or another RX or OTC medication? If so, you’re in luck! You can get them right here at Canada Pharmacy Online. We currently carry brand name Nevanac from Alcon out of Canada and India. The generic name for the active ingredient in Nevanac is Nepafenac, which we also carry. The generic Nevanac also called Nepalact comes from India manufactured by Sun Pharma. We currently have the brand name and generic ophthalmic solution in a 0.1%/5ml suspension.

Product Details

Nevanac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) in an ophthalmic solution that reduces pain and inflammation in the eye. It can also be used to reduce pain and swelling after cataract surgery.

The common side effects of Nevanac include: dry or sticky feeling in the eye, feeling like something is in your eye, eye redness, itching or watering eyes, increased sensitivity to light, headache, nausea, vomiting, and stuffy nose. The more serious side effects may include:

• Crusting or draining from your eyes
o Difficulty breathing
o Hives
o Swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat
• Severe eye pain
• Signs of allergic reaction:
• Swollen eyelids
• Vision problems

You should not take Nevanac if you are allergic to Nepafenac. Before you start taking Nevanac, talk to your doctor about your medical history and about all the medications you currently take including OTC and herbal medications.

It is not known whether or not this medication could cause harm to an unborn or nursing baby. If you are pregnant or nursing, talk to your doctor about the risks versus benefits of being on Nevanac.


Be sure to take Nevanac exactly as your doctor describes for you. Follow all instructions that come with your medication.

Wash your hands before administering the eyedrops. Shake the eye drops well before use. Tilt your head back and pull down your lower eyelid. Hold dropper above the eye and squeeze out a drop. Close eye and gently press your finger on the inside corner for one minute to avoid it draining into the tear duct. Do not use more drops than prescribed by your doctor. If you use more than one drop, wait for 5 minutes between drops.

Do not use Nevanac for longer than 14 days after surgery, unless specifically prescribed by your doctor.

Do not use the eye drops if the tip of the eye dropper has touched your eye. A contaminated dropper can cause eye infections and serious vision problems. Do not use this medication while wearing contact lenses.

Keep the drops at room temperature, away from moisture and heat. Do not allow to freeze and keep lid tightly closed when not in use.

There can be interactions between Nevanac and other medications. Talk to your doctor before you use other medications while on Nevanac.

To ensure this medication is right for you, be sure to tell your doctor if any of the following conditions apply to you:

• Allergic to other eye drops
• Arthritis
• Bleeding or blood clot disorder
• Diabetes
• Dry eye syndrome

Questions and Answers

1. Can Nevanac be used on a dog?
Answer: Nevanac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) eye drop that can reduce pain and swelling in the eye. It is typically used after cataract surgery, but it can be prescribed for pet use. Talk to your veterinarian to see if using Nevanac is right for your dog.

2. I have another eye drop medication I use. Can I use it while taking Nevanac?
Answer: Yes, but wait at least 10 minutes after administering Nevanac to use any other eye drops.

3. Can I take Nevanac while wearing my contact lenses?
Answer: No, you should not use Nevanac while wearing contact lenses. It may contain a preservative that could discolor the lenses. Wait at least 15 minutes after using the medicine before putting in your contacts.

4. My bottle of Nevanac has changed color. What should I do?
Answer: If your prescription has changed color or has particles in it, bring it back to your pharmacy and have it replaced.

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