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Chloraseptic Throat Spray Pregnancy
Tonsillectomy: Hello. Yes you can use chloroseptic as needed and as directed for post op control of excessive pain after tonsillectomy.
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No.: Not recommended, but a small swallow won't hurt you.
Strep throat: Strep throat needs to be treated with antibiotics an not with any throat sprays.
Culture results: Yes culture results can be affected by antiseptic mouth wash.
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.See 1 more doctor answer
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.
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.
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?
Please see: Please see dermatologist to get the proper treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
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.
Chloraseptic spray and drops only reliev chloraseptic spray and drops only relieve mildly can' my doctor said something abou my doctor said something?
Are you ok?: Your question appears to be dictated by a confused person. If you are feeling very muddy, get seen today. If you have a cough not responsive to cough drops, you need to find out why you have the cough. How long you've had it, what it's like, other medical problems, etc.
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.See 1 more doctor answer
Lotsa Options: Yeah, chloroseptic is OK. Tastes kinds weird and doesn't last all that long. Also avoid potential irritants like salt, citrus, hot peppers, and the like. And try cold, like frozen yogurt or ice cream/ice milk/ice chips and soft foods, nothing with sharp edges (like Cap'n Crunch or sea urchins). If it starts feeling like you're swallowing razor blades, and you spike a fever go see a doctor
Sore throat: If your throat is sore and progressively getting worse you need a physician to take an exam to be sure you do not have an infection such as Strep or Mono Hope you feel better soon
Nasal spray to throa: Tilt head down and only use 1 spray each time. Don't breath in when spraying.
Feeling of food stuck in my throat for 2 weeks now, went to doctor and he gave me antibacterial spray but feeling is back again after finishing spray?
When spraying Flonase in nostrils is it normal for it to feel like a little went in throat or am I spraying too high up? Should I spray lower? Thanks!
Proper Technique: First gently blow your nose to clear it of mucus before using the medicine. Tilt your head forward slightly. Put the spray tip into nostril and aim slightly out (away from septum). Use the finger of your other hand to close off your other nostril. Spraying toward the septum or straight up can cause the medication to be swallowed. Online technique videos on Flonase website helpful.
GI question: If you are undergoing, an endoscopy of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum by a GI specialist you will need both conscious sedation and a throat spray. Ask you specialist.
What are the long term effects of using phenol throat spray when used every few moments everyday for months? Overdose signs and symptoms please.
Phenol is toxic: The most common side effect of phenol throat spray is numbness of the mouth, tongue, and cheeks. Repeated or prolonged contact with phenol may cause irritation and chemical burns. Inhalation of phenol vapor may cause lung edema. Phenol overexposure may also have harmful effects on the central nervous system and heart.
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