Serving Size: 1 mini soft gel
A: Don't know of any. This was prescribed by my doctor for age-related macular degeneration. The vitamins in Preservision help to hold it at bay.
A: No side effects. Husband takes it because his eye doctor recommended it due to his macular degeneration. It's a vitamin.
A: Well my dr recommended preservision for my macular degeneration. But if you look at the labels preservision tends to have more Vit C and E then the Ocuvite. But it depends on which Ocuvite you mean. I looked and there are 3 types. One just has Lutein and Zeaxanthin. So they are more then what the preservision has. But overall the preservision also has more doses since they have more gelcaps then the ocuvite typically does. If you are really wondering which to take I would ask your dr to see which he recommends for your particular type of macular degeneration.
A: I am not sure what the actual difference is - I just know that it is the specific one I was told to use by my optometrist and a retina specialist to help prevent macular degeneration.
A: Most Vitamins or first aid items are good for a year past the expiration. But its always best to contact the company. Bausch and Lomb usually answer any question pretty quickly
A: I never use anything past the expiration date, especially OTC medication and prescribed drugs. They say it no longer has any effectiveness past the expiration date, so why take it? By the way, in the future you can google a product and find out about items past the expiration date.
A: Hi Thomas. The expiration date should be printed on both the carton and the bottle.
A: Hi PTP, The NEI recommends the AREDS 2 formula for helping to reduce the risk of progression in moderate to advanced AMD. AREDS 2 does not contain vitamin A. Talk to your doctor to determine if the AREDS 2 formula is right for you.
A: Hi abs. They are not tablets. They are a gel capsule. Hope that helps.
A: This item is manufactured in the US.