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Quick summary

Type of medicine

Antibiotic Eye Drops



Active Ingredient

Propamidine Isethionate 0.1% w/v

Effective within

Typically begins to alleviate symptoms and treat the infection within a few days of use.

Works by

Treating bacterial eye infections by inhibiting the growth of bacteria causing the infection.

Side effects

Temporary blurred vision, mild eye irritation, watery eyes, redness or discomfort at the application site, possible allergic reactions (rare)

Medication details


Brolene Eye Drops are a well-established and trusted solution for addressing various eye infections and conditions. These drops are specifically formulated to provide effective treatment and relief for eye infections caused by bacteria. Common conditions that Brolene Eye Drops can help manage include bacterial conjunctivitis, which is commonly referred to as "pink eye."

The active ingredient in Brolene Eye Drops is Propamidine Isethionate, a broad-spectrum antimicrobial agent that targets and inhibits the growth of bacteria causing eye infections. This medication works by eradicating the underlying bacterial infection, which leads to a reduction in symptoms such as redness, discharge, itching, and discomfort.


Wash Hands: Begin by washing your hands thoroughly with soap and water to ensure they are clean and free from contaminants.
Remove Cap: Carefully twist off the cap of the Brolene Eye Drops bottle.
Tilt-Head Back: Gently tilt your head backward while looking upward.
Lower Eyelid: With one hand, gently pull down your lower eyelid to create a small pocket.
Apply Drops: Hold the eye drop bottle upside down over your eye and squeeze it to release one or two drops into the pocket created by your lower eyelid. Be cautious not to touch your eye with the dropper tip or any other surface.
Close Eye: Close your eye gently and blink a few times to help evenly distribute the solution.
Repeat if Necessary: If you need to treat both eyes, repeat the process for the other eye.
Replace Cap: Securely replace the cap on the eye drop bottle to prevent contamination.
Storage: Store Brolene Eye Drops at room temperature, away from direct sunlight, and ensure the bottle is tightly closed when not in use.
Follow Instructions: Always follow the usage instructions on the product packaging or those provided by your healthcare professional.


Brolene Eye Drops contain the following active ingredient:
Propamidine Isethionate 0.1% w/v: An antimicrobial agent effective against a wide range of bacteria causing eye infections.
Other inactive ingredients may include purified water and sodium chloride.

Side Effects

Brolene Eye Drops are generally well-tolerated. However, as with any medication, some individuals may experience side effects. Common side effects may include:
Temporary blurred vision
Mild eye irritation
Watery eyes
Redness or discomfort at the application site
Allergic reactions (rare but possible)
If you experience severe or persistent side effects, discontinue use and seek medical attention. Consult with a healthcare professional if you have concerns about the side effects of Brolene Eye Drops.


Consult a Healthcare Professional: If you experience ongoing eye discomfort, changes in vision, or worsening of symptoms after using Brolene Eye Drops, consult a healthcare professional for a thorough evaluation.
Allergies: Avoid using Brolene Eye Drops if you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed on the product packaging.
Contact Lenses: Remove contact lenses before applying the eye drops and wait at least 15 minutes before reinserting them. Brolene Eye Drops are not suitable for use with contact lenses.
Pregnancy and Nursing: If you are pregnant, nursing, or planning to become pregnant, consult with a healthcare professional before using this product.
Keep Out of Reach of Children: Store the eye drops out of the reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical assistance promptly.
Use with Caution: There is no specific information about interactions with alcohol, but use cautiously if you consume alcohol, especially if you experience severe eye symptoms, as alcohol can exacerbate discomfort.

Medically reviewed and published

  • This page was medically reviewed by Dr Sohaib Imtiaz, Clinical Lead on Oct 5, 2023, 2:45 pm

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Please read our FAQs page to find out more.

Can I use Brolene Eye Drops for viral eye infections?

No, Brolene Eye Drops are specifically designed to treat bacterial eye infections. They are not effective against viral infections. If you suspect a viral infection or are unsure, consult a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

How long should I use Brolene Eye Drops to treat my bacterial conjunctivitis?

The duration of treatment with Brolene Eye Drops can vary depending on the severity of the infection and your healthcare professional's recommendations. It is essential to complete the full course of treatment as prescribed, even if your symptoms improve before completion.

Can I use Brolene Eye Drops while wearing contact lenses?

No, Brolene Eye Drops are not suitable for use with contact lenses. You should remove your contact lenses before applying the drops and wait at least 15 minutes before reinserting them. It's advisable to consult with your optometrist or ophthalmologist for guidance on managing eye infections while wearing contact lenses.

Is it common to experience temporary blurred vision after using Brolene Eye Drops?

Temporary blurred vision is a known side effect of Brolene Eye Drops and can occur after application. This effect is generally short-lived and should not be a cause for concern. However, if your vision remains blurred or worsens, consult with a healthcare professional.

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