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How Come I Cant Find Viractin Cold Sore Treatment In Any Drug Store

Viractin Cold Sore Treatment was the BEST. I have suffered with coldsores for years. This was the best treatment I have come acrossed. A small amount of this product and no more coldsore. I haven't found an answer to my question yet. Is Viractin still available over counter or do I need a prescription for it? ## I am sorry, but Viractin has been discontinued by the manufacturer. It contained the active ingredient Tetracaine, which was a topical anesthetic, so it really did nothing to shorten the duration of a cold sore, though the moisturizing effects of it could help keep them from drying out and cracking and bleeding. You may want to try a different over the counter product, such as Abreva, which contains Docosanol, it is an antiviral, which can shorten the duration of a cold sore...

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Viractin Gel

Is there any way to order Viractin gel any more? ## where can i purchase viractin,, its the only thing that works! ## It looks like this product is out of stock everywhere, which could mean that it's discontinued for one reason or another. One manufacturer of this product is "Medibrands". I would consider looking them up and try to contact them. Listed below are some highlights about this product that might help you locate a similar or identical product: Active Ingredient: Tetracaine HCl Inactive Ingredients:Ethoxydiglycol Eucalyptus Oil Hydroxyethyl Cellulose Maleated Soybean Oil Methylparaben Propylparaben Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Water. NOTE: The generic name for this product is also the active ingredient - Tetracaine. Common US brand names for this medication are: Cepacol V...

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tetracaine hydrochloride opthalmic solution

eyedrops prescribed for eye injury. ## Drug Information for Tetracaine This medication is used in the eye as an anesthetic to numb the pain that may occur during eye procedures. To apply eye drops, wash hands first. To avoid contamination, do not touch the dropper tip or let it touch your eye or any other surface. Tilt your head back, gaze upward and pull down the lower eyelid to make a pouch. Place dropper directly over eye and administer the prescribed number of drops. Look downward and gently close your eye for 1 to 2 minutes. Place one finger at the corner of the eye near the nose and apply gentle pressure. This will prevent the medication from draining away from the eye. Try not to blink initially and do not rub the eye. Do not rinse the dropper. Replace cap after use. If you are u...

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