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What should I do if I am allergic to my ear care antiseptic?

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Dr. Leto Quarles
Family Medicine
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In brief: Stop using it!

Wash with nothing but plain water and mild, unscented soap until fully healed.
If you have a rash or bad itching on the outside part of your ear, you may want to use some over-the-counter cortisone cream for relief, but never put cortisone or other over-the-counter meds into your ear canal. Probably not necessary to use an antiseptic in your ear unless instructed by your dr for a specific problem.

In brief: Stop using it!

Wash with nothing but plain water and mild, unscented soap until fully healed.
If you have a rash or bad itching on the outside part of your ear, you may want to use some over-the-counter cortisone cream for relief, but never put cortisone or other over-the-counter meds into your ear canal. Probably not necessary to use an antiseptic in your ear unless instructed by your dr for a specific problem.
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