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Expired ear drops

I have expired ear drops that are two months expired and I was wondering if I could still use them? ## Hello, Clarisa! How are you? It would be best to dispose of them and see your doctor for a new prescription, if needed. Liquids tend to degrade and go bad much faster than other formulations, so using them once expired is just a bad idea, as reported by the NIH. Is there anything else I can help with? ## My left ear got blocked after i have taken expired ear drops which got expired 2 months ago. Any help or sugggestions ## So how r u feeling now?? Because the se thing happened to me after taking expired drops.. ## So should i go see a Dr. Because my ear is cloged now ## How r u feeling now because the Same thing happened to me n now my rar is cloged. ## I used expired eardrops and now ...

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ciprodex

## My son was taking the Ciprodex eardrops and I was wanting to know if it can cause hives anywhere on the body. He also has been having vomiting and diarrhea. ## ANY medication can cause an allergic reaction that might cause hives. Please contact your doctor to change medications. That is the prudent next step whenever anyone has an allergic reaction to a medication.

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Unexpired ear drops for infection

I'm getting an ear infection and I still have some drops (Ciprodex) from last infection. They are not expired and have been kept in the back of a drawer at room temperature. Can I still use them? ## Hello, Maggie! How are you? Yes, as long as they aren't expired, though it's always best to see your doctor to confirm that you have an infection. Typical side effects may include dizziness, ear stuffiness, ringing and drainage. Is there anything else I can help with?

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