Can hydrogen peroxide be used with clotrimazole mouth wash?

Yeast. If you have an oral yeast infection, then use the clotrimazole. There isn't a benefit of adding peroxide to it. All that would do is dilute the mouthinse.

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Woke up with swollen lips. Used hydrogen peroxide as a mouth wash 3 days ago. What happened & what should I do?

Angioedema. The Hydrogen peroxide is not the trigger. Angioedema is similar to hives but deeper. It could be due to an allergy or a reaction to some medications but most often the trigger is unknown. There is a very rare hereditary form too. If you experience internal swelling like tongue, throat or intestinal cramping seek care immediately. See an allergist. Antihistamines don't do much unless hives too. Read more...
Allergic reaction. Probably not to hydrogen peroxide or would have seen reaction immediately. More probably due to something you came in contact with within the last 8 hours. Important you see Allergist to determine cause. Airway (including lips) swelling can be quite serious. Read more...
Sleep Bruxism. Lip injury while sleeping due to teeth clenching (bruxism) is not uncommon. See your dentist for a night guard fabrication to protect your lips and teeth. Read more...

Is it really ok to use hydrogen peroxide for a mouth wash?

Yes. It is best to dilute it to approximately one ounce in a juice glass of warm water. Read more...
Yes. I would dilute it 50 percent and keep it in your mouth less than 30 seconds. I would not swallow itand use it only once per day. Read more...
Not really. Hydrogen peroxide used full strength(3%) over a long period of time will deprive the gum tissues of oxygen. Read more...

Can I use hydrogen peroxide for mouth wash?

No. No, not on a regular basis. First, in most cases, mouth washes are not essential, and second, if you feel it necessary, there are much better products out there already. Discuss this with your own dentist who would be more aware of the health of you mouth and your dental needs. Read more...