Read More Have you tried Magic Mouthwash? I hope you get some relief; this stuff can play hell on the skin.
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Especially for something as common as a sore throat. I thought I had heard everything… and tried it, too. Just think of all those miserable sore throats that went untreated.
The shame of it! However, the doctor insisted that it would help, and my daughter was suffering.
Some even have anti-fungal or corticosteroids to prevent secondary infections such as Hydrocortisone, or Tetracycline. If you try something with a prescription medicine, be sure to clear it through your doctor, though… and beware — the Tetracycline caused complaints of stained teeth.
I read through all of the comments and recipes I found on a mouth ulcer website that was supposedly written by a pharmacist, and found that the recipe my doctor gave me was the least strong of the bunch.
Many of the people commenting said that the doctor even told them that the child could drink part or all of the brew after swishing with it. Before she took it, I had her drink 8 oz of water required by the medication if you drink itand had her gargle with hot salt water to clean and comfort her throat.
She complained after she did it that it made her tongue numb and her throat was stinging, tingling, and more painful. However, within five minutes, she could hardly feel her throat … which gave her the peace she needed to get uninterrupted sleep… and let her throat have time to heal.
This morning she said she only has a scratchy throat and feels a lot better. The pain is gone.
I tried the stuff on myself this morning since I awoke with a scratchy throat again the oak pollen around here is thick enough to cut with a knife. I can say this: She could have swallowed up to 1 tablespoon of this, but to create the mixture we only needed 2 teaspoons. I think having your sore throat eased really is magic.
I sure wish I had known about it a long time ago. These over the counter remedies are always around in my house. The prescription ones include other ingredients like lidocaine, dexamethasone or nystatin.
I say why not try the cheap version first?As mentioned, the real “magic mouthwash” contains prescription medications and must be prescribed by a doctor and made in a pharmacy.
If you want to try a modified recipe for home use, you can combine equal part of maalox, kaopectate or Milk of Magnesia and Benadryl Childrens Allergy Liquid Medicine. Don’t use mixed medication mouthwash, commonly termed “magic mouthwash,” to prevent or manage cancer treatment-induced oral mucositis.
Rationale Oral mucositis is a painful and debilitating side effect of some chemotherapeutic agents and radiation therapy that includes the oral mucosa in the treatment field. Question about Magic Mouthwash I've just finished my 10th radiation treatment (out of 28) for squamous carcinoma of the vocal cord and told my Dr.
and Nurse about my throat getting sore and having difficulty catching my breath. I was immediately given a script for Magic Mouthwash which I had filled today and will start using tonight.
I'm told it . There are multiple formulations that are called “Magic Mouthwash” used to treat mouth sores and sore throat. Each of these mouthwashes includes different ingredients and strengths although there is a consistency in the types of drugs used. Magic Mouthwash: Remedy for Sore Throats and Mouth Sores.
I was skeptical that a “Magic Mouthwash” would help make a wicked sore throat more tolerable – even numb. Doctor there said i’ll write you a script for an anti-biotic, BUT don’t get it filled for 48 hours try these few things first. 1. Arm & Hammer’s Simply Saline.
I'm going to pick up a script for "magic mouthwash" I envision Shakespears witches standing around a cauldron strirring and chanting double, double toil and trouble oh well. I've been reading about the MM and have a question; do you swish and swallow or do you swish and spit, different articles show one or the other.