Before my eye exam the technician put a cream/salve/balm in my eyes with their finger, which I believe was to dilate them - when I asked the doctor, he didn't believe me and said that they only use drops with a sterile dropper (but they didn't use drops on me that day). I asked my pharmacist, and he kidded that maybe they ran out and put Preparation H (the ingredient phenylephrine also dilates eyes) instead. I know I didn't have any drops, but something applied by finger, and now I'm worried about the hygiene (and honesty) of my eye clinic. Anybody know what this cream might have been?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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