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antacid/diphen/lido mouthwash
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I am using antacid/diphen/lido mouthwash, but after using it, my mouth and tongue feel numb. Is this normal? ## Yes, the Lido in it is Lidocaine, it is a topical anesthetic. The FDA does warn that it may cause numbness, as well as nausea, dizziness, and drowsiness. Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 26 days ago in Lidocaine.
Sun, Oct 22 '17, 7:06 PM
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Cough potion ## A similar cough potion goes by the name of . It is reported to contain a compounded formula of Dexamethasone + Diphenhydramine + Nystatin + Tetracycline although pharmacists will often report many variations to this. Another pharmacist reports "The usual concoction contains equal amounts of viscous lidocaine and diphenhydramine for analgesia ... and Maalox or a similar antacid to enhance coating of the ingredients in the mouth. Some also include nystatin to prevent or treat fungal growth ... a corticosteroid to reduce inflammation ... or tetracycline to prevent secondary bacterial infections" [1] Is the product you're talking about something which can be purchased ready made, or is it a formula which you would ask a pharmacist to put together? Please post bac... ...
Updated 8 years ago in Dexamethasone.
Fri, Jul 03 '09, 3:38 PM

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