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2 ml is equal to how many drops from a dropper?
A bottle of eye drops typically lasts for a month or more. Because of this, the majority of insurance companies only cover the cost of one bottle per month, leaving patients to pay an additional $30 to $150. By going to www.mycalcu.com, you can avoid the math and save yourself the hassle.

Therefore, if we do the math, we discover that a 5 ml bottle has 100 doses while a 10 ml bottle has 200 doses. (Typically, your pharmacist will ask you to fill your eye drop prescription in a 5 or 10 ml container.) Evaporation won't be a significant problem as long as the cap is replaced after each use.

There will be enough at the end of a 30-day month if you use the drops once or twice per day and the bottle contains 5 millilitres. Typically, a 10 millilitre bottle can hold larger dosages.
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