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what are the side effects of chloraseptic oral anesthetic sore throat spray?

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Dr. Richard Ruden
37 years experience Dentistry
Allergic reactions: Chloraseptic spray is an oral anesthetic and analgesic combination. It works by numbing the painful or irritated areas i would not use it if you are allergic to any ingredient in chloraseptic spray or you have a history of allergic reaction to local anesthetics (eg, benzocaine). If you are pregnant , plan to become pregnant or breast-feeding i would consult your doctor.
Answered on Dec 5, 2016
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Dr. Charles Kattuah
22 years experience Dentistry
No ill effects : As long as you follow the dosing directions on the package there should be no side effects other than possible allergic reaction to any of the ingredients. Chloraseptic is a phenol topical anesthetic and should not be used as directed. Too much has the potential to be toxic.
Answered on Mar 27, 2016

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