antazoline sulphate, naphazoline nitrate
Consumer Medicine Information
What is in this leaflet
This leaflet answers some common
questions about Antistine-Privine.
It does not contain all the available
information. It does not take the
place of talking to your pharmacist or
The information in this leaflet was
last updated on the date listed on the
final page. More recent information
on the medicine may be available.
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All medicines have risks and
benefits. Your doctor has weighed
the risks of you using Antistine-
Privine against the benefits they
expect it will have for you.
If you have any concerns about
using this medicine, ask your
doctor or pharmacist.
Keep this leaflet with the medicine.
You may need to read it again.
is used for
This medicine is used to relieve
itchy, watery, red eyes and/or eyelids
caused by allergies.
Antistine-Privine contains antazoline
sulfate and naphazoline nitrate.
Antazoline sulfate belongs to a group
of medicines called antihistamines. It
acts by blocking the effect of
histamine, a chemical released by the
body that causes most of the
symptoms of an allergy.
Naphazoline nitrate belongs to a
group of medicines called
sympathomimetics. It acts by
decreasing the size of the small blood
vessels in the white of the eye.
Ask your pharmacist or doctor if
you have any questions about why
this medicine has been
recommended for you .
Your pharmacist or doctor may have
recommended it for another reason.
This medicine is not addictive.
There is not enough information to
recommend the use of this medicine
for children under the age of 12
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