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Do I Have Dry Eye Flares? Quick Quiz

Are you wondering if you have Dry Eye Flares?
Answer Yes or No to each of these questions:

Do you have times (episodes) when your eyes feel worse than they usually feel?
Do these episodes last a few days to a couple of weeks at a time?
Do you have these episodes even when using over-the-counter drops (artificial tears) or prescription drops?
Do you want quick relief from your symptoms?

You may have Dry Eye Flares.

Schedule an appointment with your eye care professional to talk
about your Dry Eye Flares. Tell your eye care professional about your
symptoms, how long your symptoms last, how often you have
episodes of Dry Eye Flares, and how it has impacted your daily life.

Then, ask about Eysuvis for the short-term treatment of your
Dry Eye, including your Dry Eye Flares.

This quiz is not intended to diagnose or treat Dry Eye Flares.
Please see your eye care professional.


You don’t seem to be suffering from Dry Eye Flares. At your next
eye care appointment, your eye care professional may run a few tests
to make sure your eyes stay healthy.

This quiz is not intended to diagnose or treat Dry Eye Flares.
Please see your eye care professional.

Helpful Reminders for Eysuvis

Download a brochure with information about Dry Eye and Dry Eye therapy, including a step-by-step guide for using Eysuvis.

Eysuvis Brochure
Eysuvis Brochure

Talk to your eye care professional about how Eysuvis can help treat your Dry Eye and Dry Eye Flares.

If you have Dry Eye Flares, maybe I can help!

Important Safety

Eysuvis should not be used if you have a viral infection in your eye. Talk to your doctor before using Eysuvis if you think you may have a viral, bacterial, or fungal eye infection.

Your doctor should examine your eyes before prescribing Eysuvis, to check for increased eye pressure or damage to the surface of the eye. Consult your doctor if pain, redness, itching, or inflammation develops or gets worse.

Wash your hands well before each use. Do not allow the dropper tip to touch any surface, as this may contaminate the suspension. Shake the bottle for two to three seconds before using. If a dose is missed, take the missed dose when remembered.

Remove contact lenses before using Eysuvis; they may be reinserted 15 minutes later.

The most common adverse drug reaction following the use of Eysuvis for two weeks was instillation site pain, which was reported in 5% of patients.


Eysuvis is a corticosteroid indicated for the short-term (up to two weeks) treatment of the signs and symptoms of dry eye disease.

Please see full Prescribing Information(opens a PDF document in a new window).