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Last Updated on February 2, 2024
ManufacturerSun Pharma Laboratories, India
Packaging5 ml in 1 Bottle
Strength0.3% 5ml
Delivery Time6 To 15 days

What Is Toba Eye Drop?

Toba Eye Drop is a medication that is used to treat bacterial infections caused by bacteria in the eye or eyelids and is an antibiotic medicine used for this purpose.  This product can also help prevent infections after an eye injury or a surgical procedure.

As an antibiotic medicine, Toba Eye Drops treat bacterial infections of the eyelids (e.g., blepharitis) and the conjunctiva (e.g., conjunctivitis). Furthermore, it may also be beneficial in preventing infections after an eye injury or surgery has been performed.

How To Use Toba Eye Drop?

The Toba Eye Drop works by stopping the growth of bacteria in the eye and, as a result, relieves the underlying infection. Stopping the production of essential proteins required by bacteria for carrying out their vital functions prevents the growth of bacteria in the eye. Taking this medication will help you to treat the infection in your eye.

What Are The Benefits Of Toba Eye Drop?

By the action of this eye drop the growth and spread of the bacterial infection comes to a halt. It can also help reduce the symptoms of eye infection such as pain, redness, itching, inflammation, and so on.

Based on your condition, your doctor will decide on the dose of treatment and the duration of the treatment.

Do not stop taking the Eye Drops until you have finished the entire course of treatment. This aims to ensure that the infection has been completely cured and that it will not return in the future. To accomplish the best results from this medication, it is recommended that you use it regularly.

The Directions For Use Are As Follows:

The first thing you should do before applying eye drops is to wash your hands. If you want to avoid contamination of your eyes or any other surface surrounding the dropper tip, do not touch or let it touch the surface.

If you are using Toba Eye Drop, you should not wear contact lenses while taking it. Contact lenses should be sterilized according to the manufacturer’s directions, and you should consult your doctor before using them to ensure they are safe.

When you tilt your head back, look upwards, and pull down the lower eyelid, you will create a pouch in front of your eye. The dropper should be held directly over the eye, and a single drop should be placed in the pouch. It is a good idea to look downward for 1 or 2 minutes and then gently close your eyes. If you place one finger at the corner of one eye (near the nose) and gently press on it, you will notice that the eye will open. By doing this, there will be no draining out of the medication.

Side Effects of Toba Eye Drop

  • Eye irritation
  • Burning sensation
  • Eye redness
  • Eye itching

Dosage Of Toba Eye Drop

It is important to note that the dosage of Toba Eye Drops will vary from patient to patient. Do not disregard your doctor’s advice or directions or the instructions on the label. It should be noted that the following information includes only the average doses of this medicine.

Don’t change the dosage without your doctor’s permission if yours differs from the one he has prescribed.

There is a difference between the strength of the Eye Drops and the amount of medicine you should take. Additionally, suppose you are taking medication for a medical problem for which you are taking the medicine. In that case, the length of time you can wait between doses and the number of doses you take each day will depend on the medical problem you are treating.


There are very few chances of overdosing on Toba because of the low chances. You should consult your doctor if you are experiencing any problems with taking it twice a day, and if you are taking it more than twice a day, you should also consult with your doctor.

Miss Dose

Doctors never recommend you miss a dose as you wish not to have medicines on that day. Rather the sole objective of recommending a daily dose is for your body to better adapt to the actions of the medicine which allows you to get better erections only.

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A Guide To Safety


Alcohol  SAFE IF PRESCRIBEDBecause it is an eye drop, it does not interact with alcohol at all.


PregnancySAFE IF PRESCRIBEDIf your doctor has prescribed Toba during pregnancy, you should only use it if your doctor has prescribed it.


Breastfeeding   SAFE IF PRESCRIBEDCurrently, it is unknown whether or not this drug is capable of passing into breast milk. If you are considering breastfeeding, you should speak with your doctor before you decide to do so.


DrivingCAUTIONYou can experience a short period of blurring of your vision for a short period after using Toba Eye Drop within a few minutes after using it. Driving is not advisable if you do not have a clear view of the road.


LiverSAFE IF PRESCRIBEDAs far as the liver is concerned, Toba has no known interactions with it.


Kidney  SAFE IF PRESCRIBEDTaking Toba won’t adversely affect your kidneys if you’re taking it simultaneously.


Children  SAFE IF PRESCRIBEDYou should consult your doctor if you need more information about how to take Toba or what dose is right for your child.

Interactions with Medicines

  • Advair Diskus
  • Atrovent
  • Bactroban
  • Benadryl
  • Creon
  • Flonase

Precautions and Warning

  • As a result of prolonged use of Toba Eye Drop, your iris may become brown if you do so for a long period. As long as this discoloration is not addressed, it is possible that it could last a lifetime.
  • There is a possibility that your eyelashes will become thicker, and the skin on your eyelids may appear darker as well. After discontinuing the use of Toba Eye Drop, you will likely notice that these changes will disappear quickly.
  • At least five to ten minutes after the previous medication was administered, the next medication should be given in the same eye to avoid dilution.
  • As soon as the drop is infused into the eye, the next step is to apply pressure to the corner of the eye (near the nostril) for about one minute after it has been applied.
  • Toba Eye Drops should be avoided if you are allergic to the product.


Ensure that the medicine is kept in a closed container at room temperature, away from direct sunlight, heat, moisture, and other sources of contamination. Keep it from freezing by keeping it away from the freezer. Make sure that children are not able to reach this product. Keeping outdated medicines or medicines that are no longer needed should be avoided.


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Frequnetaly Asked Questions Ask New Question
In what ways does this Eye Drops potentially develop into a habit?

Unlike other eye drops, Toba Eye Drops do not tend to become habit-forming.

Does the effect of this eye drops last for a long time?

There may be a four-hour period between the time of administration and the time Toba Eye Drops begin to work.

Is there anything that happens if I stop using Toba Eye Drop?

After stopping using Toba Eye Drop for several weeks or months, the eyelashes can return to their original appearance after several weeks or months have passed.

Is it safe to use Tobramycin for long-term use?

The product is safe and effective. Toba should not be used in treating open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension in children and teenagers younger than 16 years of age due to safety concerns regarding the use of this eye drops..