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What is oral anesthetic spray?

Status: Discontinued

May Treat: ·

Alternate Brand Names:

Drug Class: Dermatological – Topical Local Anesthetic Esters · Mouth and Throat – Local Anesthetic Esters · Mouth and Throat – Mucositis-Stomatitis Agents · Otic (Ear) – Local Anesthetic Esters

Availability: Prescription sometimes needed

Status: Discontinued

May Treat: ·

Alternate Brand Names:

Drug Class: Dermatological – Topical Local Anesthetic Esters · Mouth and Throat – Local Anesthetic Esters · Mouth and Throat – Mucositis-Stomatitis Agents · Otic (Ear) – Local Anesthetic Esters

Availability: Prescription sometimes needed

Pregnancy: Consult a doctor before using

Lactation: Consult a doctor before using

Alcohol: Avoid intake while taking this medication

Driving: May cause drowsiness or dizziness. Use caution

PrecautionsPrecautions

  • Read directions carefully before start of therapy
  • Read directions carefully before start of therapy
  • May sting or burn after applying
  • Room temperature

  • For aerosol products : Shake well before using.
  • For aerosol, spray products : Do not use in kids less than 2. Shake well. Do not spray into eyes or breathe the spray. Avoid eating or drinking for 1 hour after using. Get medical help if you have blue skin/lips. Use only recommended duration. See directions.
  • For gel products : Store at room temperature. Call doctor if you are not getting better.
  • For ointment products : Do not apply to raw skin or open wounds. Keep away from eyes. Wash hands after applying. Do not bandage unless told by doctor. Protect from heat,light,& moisture.
  • For spray, non-aerosol products : Report pale skin, trouble breathing, fatigue to MD.

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For informational purposes only. Consult a medical professional for advice.

Reviewed by a panel of doctors. Source: First Databank

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    Precautions

    • Read directions carefully before start of therapy
    • Read directions carefully before start of therapy
    • May sting or burn after applying
    • Room temperature

    • For aerosol products : Shake well before using.
    • For aerosol, spray products : Do not use in kids less than 2. Shake well. Do not spray into eyes or breathe the spray. Avoid eating or drinking for 1 hour after using. Get medical help if you have blue skin/lips. Use only recommended duration. See directions.
    • For gel products : Store at room temperature. Call doctor if you are not getting better.
    • For ointment products : Do not apply to raw skin or open wounds. Keep away from eyes. Wash hands after applying. Do not bandage unless told by doctor. Protect from heat,light,& moisture.
    • For spray, non-aerosol products : Report pale skin, trouble breathing, fatigue to MD.

    What are side effects of Oral Gel?Any warnings while using Oral Gel?Is Oral Gel contraindicated for any condition?How to use Oral Gel?What if you missed a dose of Oral Gel?What if you overdose on Oral Gel?

    For informational purposes only. Consult a medical professional for advice.

    Reviewed by a panel of doctors. Source: First Databank

    Was this helpful?What is the best sore throat spray? Best Medicine For Sore Throat 1. Cepacol Sore Throat & Cough Lozenges (Mixed Berry) 2. Seagate Homeopathic Throat Spray 3.Activz Silver Throat Lozenges (30 PPM) 4. Olive Leaf Complex Throat Spray by Barlean’s Organic Oils 5. Soothing Throat Spray by Herb Pharm

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    What is phenol throat spray?

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