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    will antinflamatory still work if bottle not shaken-didn't know it had to be ...
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    onecat posted:
    Husband on Accuvail and prednisolone ac1%... i administer the drops - with regard to the Prednisolone the only 'shaking' has been when i tip the bottle to adminster the drop ...it comes out 'milky-white' if that means anything but i didn't know it was to be shaken ...does that mean this medication has been useless for a month? thanks in advance ..
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    onecat responded:
    ps -5 weeks ago he also had a long-acting steriod injected behind the eye ...if this comes into play with the question....thanks again !


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