Yes. Exactly the right treatment-if used as an ear drop. Do not put anymore "q-tips" in his ear!
I have a fungus in my left ear went to sent he gave me neomycin and polymyxin b sulfates and hydrocortisone ear drops will this make my ear better?
Not likely. Antibiotics do not kill the fungus although the Hydrocortisone may calm the inflammation. You will need something with Acetic Acid or an antifungal agent.
No. If you really have a fungus there, none of the medications you listed will be effective. Obtain a medication indicated for fungus infection and be aware that fungus infections are typically slower to clear than bacteria.
Yes, but.... Polymyxin cannot be used for a long time. But the combination is a legitimate substitute in most, but not all, cases.
Can I take acyclovir orally and neomycin and polymyxin b sulfates and hydrocortisone otic ear drops together?
Yes. No problem with the combination.
Is it common for Neomycin and Polymyxin B Sulfates and Hydrocortisone Otic Suspension USP 10 mL to cause pain with swimmers ear and a middle ear infec?
Ear pain. The suspension usually does not, the solution which is more acidic can more often. Would have ear checked for TM perforation.
Neomycin and polymyxin b sulfates and hydrocortisone otic solution, usp can they be used in the eyes? My daughter got pink eye took her to the hospital and this is what they gave her but the bottle says for ears only?
Do not use this. Ear drops are way too acidic for the eye. Most of them are in the 3.0 to 4.0 range. Eye drops tend to be more neutral and will sting intensely as the PhH drops below 7. If you squirt a lot of ear drops into an eye, you may get a chemical burn. In addition to this, I try to avoid putting neomycin solution in eyes as it is toxic and can cause allergic reactions.
See details. Unless you have otitis externa (swimmer's ear) drops will not help earaches.
No problem. Depending on where the laceration is... Keep neosporin out of the eyes and mucous membranes.
Can do. Depends really on what the injury/procedure and dressing placed initially. Assuming it was a simple cut that was sutured, sure, neosporin will be fine. Sometimes more elaborate dressings are used containing silver etc, so wouldn't be necessary then.
Not a fan. 15% of population has a skin rash to neomycin, one of the 3 antibiotics in neosporin. I prefer Bacitracin or polymixin.
Is ok. I generally use a silver dressing.