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Dukes Mouthwash

is dukes mouth wash for acid reflux with blisters up ur throat and on the tongue?......and is it made with mylanta and bynadryl? ## This is not a specific prescription item. There are regional items mixed to area doctor's specifications by area pharmacists, so there is no way to say for certain what is in the one you have received or what it can be used to treat. Have you tried asking your doctor or pharmacist? ## What are the directions for taking Duke's Magic mouthwash. ...

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dukes magic mouthwash

light pink licquid ## Most items with these types of names are regional products mixed by pharmacists in your area and prescribed by local doctors. Therefore, it is not listed in prescription drug databases or monograph lists and without knowing the ingredients, we cannot tell you anything about it. If you need more information, I would suggest asking your doctor or pharmacist. ## Duke's Magic Mouthwash Formula: 1. Nystatin Suspension, 100,000 u/ml, 30 mL. or Nysatin Powder 3 Million Units 2. Hydrocortisone 60 mg. 3. Diphenhydramine HCL Syrup q.s. ad. 240 ml. ## Rx Magic Mouthwash II; RiteAid; was told it contained 1. Mylanta, 2. Lidocaine, 3. Diphenhydramine, plus flavoring. Requested for post op and post antibiotic mouth thrush. Dosage 1 teaspoon swish and swallow by mouth before ... ...

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dukes magic mouthwash goldline

how do i use it?? ## While this is a regional product and the ingredients may vary from area to area, in most cases it is intended to be swished through your mouth/throat, or gargled, then spit out. The FDA does warn that depending on the ingredients, it may cause numbness of the mouth and throat, as well as a funny aftertaste. You should follow the prescribing instructions for how often to use it, when to use it, and how much to use. Is there anything I can help? ...

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Mad about dukes magic mouthwash

Its bulls*** and it doesn't work. I was prescribed this for tonsil pain. And I'm still in excruciating pain. You cannot even see my throat in the back of my mouth. Just huge swollen tonsils. I can barely speak. I'm f***ing pissed. And I had to try to send this message 15 times for arbitrary Bulls***. ...

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how to use dukes magic mouthwash

do I swish or swallow with dukes magic mouthwash? ...

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Side Effects Of First Dukes Mouthwash

are there any potential side effects from the first dukes mouthwash - can it cause stools to be hard & rectal pain while having a bowel movement?? need to know asap - thanks.pfop ## Unfortunately, I can't answer your questions. The only thing I can suggest is that you contact your doctor, or pharmacist for more information. These products are regional and they contain ingredients that are specially chosen to treat certain conditions, by doctors in your area. Your pharmacist knows what they are and fills the prescription accordingly. However, since they are regional, we have no information on what they actually contain. Have you tried discussing your problem with your doctor? ...

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I Accidentally Swallowed Dukes Magic Mouthwash Medicine Will Die

I swallowed a little bit of it. I was rinsing when all of a sudden some if it got in my throat, and I spit it out right away. PLEASE HELP :( I'M FREAKING OUT. ## If you are afraid that your life, or the life of a loved one is in danger, you should always contact your nearest emergency services department, or poison control. That said, did you talk to your pharmacy or doctor? These products are regional and do not have the same ingredients everywhere, so I can't even say whether or not swallowing it would be harmful. Have you asked your pharmacist? ...

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Dukes Magic Mouth wash ## my name is jim how long does it take this magic mouthwash to make the mouth and gum feel better ...

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 NDC 65628-052
First Dukes Mouthwash Compounding Oral Kit by Cutispharma, Inc. ## Package Codes: 65628-052-01


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