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In some cases our members have contributed their thoughts and experiences for the benefit of other sufferers. We feel this sort of information is extremely useful as only a sufferer of BEB can explain what is is like to live with BEB – please note that it is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. and again we stress that it is unverified and unendorsed.
Eye Gel Update
A member has notified us that a prescription filled in June 2018 for Genteal Gel which used to be available for the subsidized price of $6.40 now costs $10.74. It now attracts a Brand Premium of $4.34 as does the Genteal Eye Drops. A generic substitute is available.
Problem with watery eyes
A member has reported that the issue of having watery eyes for a few weeks after botulinum toxin injections has been much improved by the use of a gel at night and the wearing of a sleeping mask.
Several members have reported trying the new anaesthetic cream currently being trialed in Perth and have hailed it a success with the pain of the injections greatly reduced.
Read more about this on our Beneficial Aids page.
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