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makes tonsils numb... rx #261758 ## Miracle Mouthwash contains: Dexamethasone, Diphenhydramine, Nystatin, Tetracycline ## Miracle Mouthwash is actually just the name for a group of products that are regional and they may contain different ingredients, depending on what it is most commonly used to treat in any given area, or what a specific doctor asks that it contain. So, some might contain what Sal listed, but not all in every area will be identical. If you really want to know the specific ingredients and information on a product such as this, then you should ask the dispensing pharmacist. Are there any other questions or comments?

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miracle mouthwash prescription

my doctor gave me a prescription for miracle mouthwash, when I went to have it filled, it was almost $200.00 is this the usual price for this and does it really stop a chronic severe cough? ## Unfortunately, this is a regional product, not an actual regular prescription medication. These consist of a combination of certain medications that doctors in your area have found to help with certain conditions and local pharmacist know what they want put in them. However, that means that we have no information on what it contains, what it will help with and the pricing. Have you tried talking to your doctor or pharmacist about it? ## Yes. I talked to both, Doctor was astonished at the price of it. shows you that doctors have very little idea of the cost of medication they are writing prescripti...

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swallow Miracle Mouthwash

Do you sallow after swishing? ## I don't know exactly what's in this, because most of them are regional products and the ingredients are specific to the doctors and pharmacists of that area, however, no, they aren't usually swallowed. They are just swished in the mouth as directed and then spit out. Are there any other comments or questions?

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salivary gland destroyed result of radiation therapy

salivary gland destroyed as a result of radiation and chemo therapy. How does one replace inability to produce saliva. Was told there is something called miracle mouthwash which may help. Not sure if it is a prescription or over the counter mouthwash. Any other suggestions as to how to replace saliva is needed. ## I know that there are artificial saliva products available just for such cases. They are also used by people who were in accidents that resulted in damage to the salivary glands. Some are available as a spray and some as drops. Your doctor should be able to prescribe it for you and most pharmacies carry it. The Miracle Mouthwash is a regional item, meaning that the name and ingredients can vary depending on where you live. It is another thing your doctor would have to prescrib...

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