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I have taken an ear drop containing 14mg of benozocaine per ml. I have used about 4 or 5 ml in the last 2 days. I have a court ordered drug screen tomorrow. Will the amount of benozocaine i have used in the eardrops show up as a false positive ## Considering i had one over cepacol go bad, check your sobriety dates for benzo's. Gl and gb

do antibiotics expir

Hello, my son was prescribed Antipyrine-benzocaine war drops in 2/2015. I had it put away sealed tight I poured some in my hand to check for any discoloration and looks clear as the first day we use. He is complaining of ear pain and I was just wondering if I can still use these drops since the expiration date is for 10/2016 which is this month? ## Hello, Tita! How are you? This is not actually an antibiotic, both of the medications it contains are used to alleviate pain and inflammation. If he has an ear infection, he will need an antibiotic, in addition to these drops. The FDA warns that the side effects of such drops may include dizziness, headache, ear stuffiness, and drainage. Is there anything else I can help with?

ear drops antipyrine & Benzocaine into my eyes

Mistakely put eardrop into my mothers eyes. Wanting to know what is some of the problems she may have . ## Hello, Yoyo! How is she? Did she suffer any adverse effects? Likely nothing will happen, other than some irritation, but since they aren't sterile, there is a risk of them causing an infection. Signs of that in the eye, as listed by the NIH, may include redness, swelling, discharge and excess tearing. She should report it to her doctor, so they can check for any possible issues. Is there anything else I can help with?

Antipy Benzo Dro Otic

Does this medication cause numbness to your face? ## Hi Rosa, If you are experiencing numbness or itching/swelling (especially of the face/tongue/throat), then it is 'very likely' due to an allergic reaction of the medication itself. Also, Benzocaine, one of the main ingredients in this solution, is an anesthetic that helps to numb the pain. Is it possible that you may have used too much and got too much of a numbness effect by doing so? If you haven't already done so, I think it may be a good idea to consider contacting your doctor about switching medications or opting for a more natural alternative to this one, if the side effects become too bothersome or severe. I hope this helps! ## My ear is like bombt a thing a can't hear nothin my mom says its air inside my ear ca...

ear drops?!

I was 11 weeks pregnant this week. I miscarried the 26th. I went to the ER. My baby stop growing at 8 weeks and 3 days. I took the ear drops march 2 2014. Which was 3 weeks ago. When my baby stopped growing. I looked up and FDA hasn't approved that it's healthy and safe for a women who is pregnant. Should I be concerned? The ear drops are called "Antipyrine-Benzocaine"

maximum strength oragel false positive result

Can the use of maximum strength oragel cause a false positive test result in a drug test ## No, the Benzocaine in it hasn't been known to cause false positives for anything else, especially since you don't actually absorb that much of it, at all. Learn more Benzocaine information here. Have you had a false positive? Were you taking anything else?

Antipy Benzo

What are the ingredenients ## Hi Juicy, This contains the active ingredient Benzocaine, it is a topical anesthetic that is used to relieve pain. You can read more about it by clicking on the link below: Did you have any other questions or concerns regarding this medication? Please post back if you do. ## This contains the active ingredient Benzocaine, it is a topical anesthetic that is used to relieve pain. Side effects may include: muffled hearing and ear irritation. Read more: Is there anything else I can help with?

Antipy Benzo Otic Sol

HOW LONG IS THIS MEDICEN GOOD FOR BEFOR YOU HAVE TO TRASH IT ? ## Antipy Benzo Otic Sol contains the active ingredient Benzocaine; it is a topical anesthetic that is used to relieve pain. The shelf life of Benzocaine is 2 years if stored properly. Referenced from: Benzocaine topical creams and ointments should be stored in tight containers and protected from light; prolonged exposure to temperatures greater than 30 deg C should be avoided. I hope this helps!

anesthetic cream - benzocaine 6%

anesthetic cream ## I use Orasol the cheapo Walmart brand of Orajel or Ambasol & it has 20% Benzocaine, & I just had a drug test yesterday, it was a Instant urine drug test & I came up Positive for Cocaine & I HAVEN'T touched it, been around it, I even threatened to throw my husband out not too long ago cause I found out he was doing it, but there is NO WAY cocaine should be in my system. To even be more honest the last time I even used coke was in February 2011. The only thing I can think of is that I have been using medicine with benzocaine in it & think about it, it ends with "caine" & it is used to numb your mouth, LOL oh & I was taking amoxacillian in case my tooth was infected & from what I have read the amoxicillian can cause a false po...

antipy benzo otic

INSTILL TWO TO FOUR DROPS INTO AFFECTED EARS EVERY 1 TO 2 HOURS AS NEEDED FIR EAR PAIN ## This contains the active ingredient Benzocaine, it is a topical anesthetic that is used to relieve pain. Side effects may include: muffled hearing and ear irritation. Read more: Are there any questions or comments?


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