Bromday, Xibrom (bromfenac)

NSAIDs

Bromday is part of the NSAIDs class and treats Eye Inflammation and Eye Pain. NSAIDs are used to treat fever, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, menstrual pain, migraine, eye inflammation, allergic conjunctivitis, and other types of pain and inflammation. They work by reducing an enzyme in the body that causes inflammation and increases the feeling of pain. Bromday is available in both brand and generic forms.

Prices for 1 eye dropper (2.5ml) of bromfenac 0.09% (generic)

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Dosage 2.5ml of 0.09%

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