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    it is also best known as pilagan

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    pilocarpine hcl, pilocarpine-hcl, pilocarpine hydrochloride, pilocarpine-hydrochloride

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    trade name generic name
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    Get an eye exam - The glasses are intended only for people who have difficulty seeing or reading at close range (presbyopia), but otherwise have no eye disease. To rule out other problems, have your eyes checked every two to four years between ages 40 and 65, and every one to two years after age 65.

    Find out if you're a candidate - Ask your ophthalmologist or optometrist if nonprescription reading glasses might help you and, if so, what power (magnification) he or she would recommend. The power is usually listed on the package or the inside of a bow.

    Test them out - Most store displays include instructions and a reading chart. Follow the directions to find the pair that works best for you.

    Respond to warnings - If you notice blurring of your vision, yellowing of colors, increased sensitivity to light or loss of side vision, see your doctor right away. These symptoms could indicate a serious eye disease, such as cataracts or glaucoma.

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