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How long do these pupillary dilatation drops last?


I went to the ophthalmologist at around 10:00 today and got a drip there. Since then I have been extremely sensitive to light and have very large pupils. The ametropia has already subsided. How long will this effect last? Unfortunately, I don't know which drops it was exactly.

I've read that this can last up to three days, right? I'm really worried at the moment because the sensitivity to light affects me very much, and it doesn't look really good either.

Thank you for your answers!

LG BlvckBytes

Hey :)

I work at the ophthalmologist and that can take different lengths of time from person to person. But we always say you are not allowed to drive a car for 8-10 hours, so during this period it will be normal again. There are drops that make the pupil wide and it can take 3 days or more, but these are not the normal drops that you drip to be able to look at the retina. The drops you probably mean that last so long (maybe 3 days or more) are atropine (also pupil dilatants) and this is for children under 6 years of age to determine their eyesight.
But there are other drops that make the pupil wide open, called cyclopentolate, and are for children from 6 to 18 years of age and have the same purpose as atropine. :)