A 47-year old male presents with a one-week history of idiopathic uveitis of the left eye and is currently taking prednisolone acetate 1% QID. One week ago, he had an IOP of 33mmHg and had 3+ anterior chamber inflammation. Today, he has an IOP of 26mmHg and has 1+ anterior chamber inflammation upon slit lamp examination. Which of the following is the next best step?
A. Increase prednisolone acetate to q2H and start brimonidine
B. Increase prednisolone acetate to q2H and start pilocarpine
C. Decrease prednisolone acetate to qdaily and start latanoprost
D. Decrease prednisolone acetate to qdaily and start timolol