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Could I but maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) over-the-counter in tenerife?

Probably. Many drugs that are only at the prescription counter in the USA are available in Tenerife at the pharmacia without prescription. Maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) is a common drug throughut the world and may well be there as well or something very similar. Read more...

How many times do I put maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) on my eye?

Drops or ointment? Shake bottle well before use. Put 1 - 2 drops topically in the conjunctival sac(s) 4 - 6 times a day. Dosage may be reduced after three to four days when satisfactory improvement has been obtained. Apply small amount of ointment into the conjunctival sac(s) 3 - 4 times a day. When there is favorable response, dosage may be reduced gradually to once a day application for several days. Read more...

How many times a day should I put maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) on my eye?

Check with doctor. Maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) is usually dosed 3-4 times per day but you should check with the eye doctor who prescribed the medication to make sure you are using it as directed. Read more...

Will the antibiotic maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) lessen the effectiveness of my birth control?

Unlikely. Maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) is an eye drop and even though a tiny amount is absorbed into the blood stream through the mucous membranes, it is very unlikely that it would reduce the effectiveness of your birth control. Read more...

The doctor said it is safe to put this in my child nose, the more I read about maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) it say to not to. My child is not a year old yet?

Maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) in babies. Most resources such as medication package inserts and pdr info is based on fda studies, and many meds are not tested for safety in infants and pregnant women, and so those resources cannot recommend safety in those cases. However, many meds are used "off label", and if your doctor has clinical experience in using this medication safely for off label uses such as in a child's nose, it should be ok. Read more...