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Yes: Generally it should be safe. If it tastes funny, then don't use it. ...Read more
No.: Not recommended, but a small swallow won't hurt you. ...Read more
Hello. : Hello. Don't know if this is regarding an adult or a child. Will answer as if an adult. Consider warm salt water gargles at least four times a day to assist with inflammation. Consider tylenol (acetaminophen) or a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication for pain and to reduce fever. Obtain a throat culture. Untreated streph throat can lead to serious complications down the line. Take care. ...Read more
Post-tonsillectomy: You can use Chloraseptic spray after tonsillectomy, but it usually provides limited, short term relief. Talk to your surgeon about his/her preferences. I tell my patients they can use it, but as I mentioned, it is of limited use. Sometimes 1 tsp salt in 8 oz warm water to rinse and swish is soothing-no gargling. Besides that, take whatever pain Rx your doctor recommended. ...Read more
Not much: A little bit is ok. I mean after all, you put the stuff in your mouth, how can you not swallow any? Its certainly not poisonous. I s'pose if you swallow to much, your body will try to get rid of it quickly, ie: you'll throw up. ...Read more
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Not necessay: Following a tonsillectomy, a septic crust covers the surgically exposed tonsillar fossa or raw area that is exposed to the outside air. Inasmuch as the oral cavity is not sterile, the patient's normal immune response is all that is necessary to heal the raw surface. I would think that chloraseptic would cause more burning. However it would be safe to use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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I just had a tonsilectomy 3 days ago the pain pills are not helping I've got canker sores everywhere i need relief now can I use chloraseptic / kanka?
After tonsilectomy: Personally, i think the chloraseptic would be irritating and not helpful and the kanka might numb the area but not be of much help either. Your surgeon is more familiar with this procedure, you and what pain medication you are already taking. I think he\she would be able to suggest better solutions for you. Call the office. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Canker sore: Canker sores (aphthous ulcers) run their course in 7-10 days. Applying a mouthwash can't hurt, but may not be of much help. Until it is no longer painful, Stay away from spicy foods and try not to irritate it. Get some Orabase Ointment OTC from the pharmacy. It is an oral bandage that will stick to the ulcer. Apply it before meals so you can eat without discomfort. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Culture results: Yes culture results can be affected by antiseptic mouth wash. ...Read more
I've been using chloraseptic for my soar throat and i get random etg tested. Will the phenol in the chloraseptic test falsely for alcohol?
It should: Be fine, don't blast it just prior but the amount that eners your bloodstream should not b significant. ...Read more
My mouth has been invaded by blisters for 2 mo. Now. On toung mostly this time. Only thing to stop pain is chloraseptic spray. Is there something to i?
Tonsillectomy: Hello. Yes you can use chloroseptic as needed and as directed for post op control of excessive pain after tonsillectomy. ...Read more
My 5 year old daughter been fighting a bad cough for 2 weeks I've done everything that i know of; cough medicine, chloraseptic , steam bath, vapor rub, i've got a fan blowing on her, have a humidifier and shes propped up! she can't stop! should I bring he
My 5 year old daughter has had a severely bad cough for about 2 weeks now & without having any fever. I have done everything that i know to do....Cough medicine, chloraseptic, steam bath, vapor rub on her chest, i've got a fan blowing on her so she don't
Time for a visit: Persistence of a severe cough for this length of time is worth a visit. There are forms of reactive airway disease that can respond to treatment if they are picked up on exam. This may represent a mild form of asthma or a response to a mild sinus infection. Other things may also be contributing to the process. ...Read more