Lidocaine mouthwash

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maalox elixir of benadryl viscous lidocaine It's a prescription, but I bet if you ask your Dr to order it he would. You just swish and spit it out. If the sores are in your throat, you can swish and swallow". (I have not needed to use it, but understand it's pretty effective).
I have been using biotene toothpaste and mouthwash which helps to keep a pH balance in the mouth. There is also a perscription you can get for "magic mouthwash." Among other things it contains lidocaine which helps numb your mouth. I did ask my pharmacist about it and he is familar with it but it does need a script. So far with the biotene, I have held my mouth in check.....(lol: some of my family members might disagree with that statement)! Good luck.
It's recommended that you don't eat or drink for 30 minutes after using magic mouthwash so that the medicine has time to produce an effect. It's unclear how effective magic mouthwash is in treating oral mucositis. That's because of the lack of standardization in the formulations of mouthwash, and poorly designed studies done to gather data. If you have mouth sores that cause you pain and discomfort, talk with your doctor.
the doc's office called in a scrip for a swish and spit mouthwash that contains lidocaine/nystatin/eqlan/benadryl but they had to make it up. if you want the number of my cvs to find out about it, you can email me at ***@****. There is no official name for it.
Trade Names (Magic Mouthwash) First-Duke's Mouthwash - Mouthwash (kit for compounding) diphenhydramine hydrochloride 525 mg, hydrocortisone 60 mg, nystatin 0.6 g, First-Mouthwash Suspension II 236 mL First-BXN Mouthwash - Mouthwash (kit for compounding) diphenhydramine hydrochloride 200 mg, lidocaine hydrochloride 1.6 g, nystatin 1.
he can prescribe a prescription preparation called ‘magic mouthwash, which contains Nystatin, Maloxx, Benadryl, and Lydocaine. This is a swish and swallow medication that can be compounded by your local pharmacy, and nubs on contact, so at least you can get some relief. It’s commonly used by cancer patients, the doc should be aware of it. Pain in the butt; er… mouth, that is; but a lot of us get it.
I have heard of people using magic mouthwash which is a combo of liquid benadryl, an antacid, and lidocaine. Be sure that your mom does not use any mouthwash with alcohol in it since the alcohol can irritate her mouth. Spicy, very hot, or very cold foods may bother her as well. You may want call your mom's md and let him/her know of the severity of the sores, he may want to see her.
About three weeks ago, I posted that I had these terrible mouth sores. It was causing me so much pain that I couldn't eat or even open my mouth. My tongue was covered with blisters, my cheeks and gums were so sore and my mouth had cracks at both corners. My doctor sent an oral anti-fungal rinse and also something called "Magic Mouthwash" which has Lidocaine in it. It numbs your mouth so you can eat (and talk). The oral rinses cleared up the inside of my mouth in TWO days!
The magic mouthwash that I know of is maalox, benedryl, and lidocaine. It'll soothe the sores and make it feel better but it won't actually get rid of the thrush. I found, I was plagued with it for the last few months of tx. I took Nystatin continuously, found that, it didn't get rid of it but at least kept it at bay. The yoghurt with live cultures is a good suggestion, also acidopholus capsules.
Hi- nothing cures these things! Look for a mouthwash/spray containing Benzydamine hydrochloride. Most everything is a prescription and doesn't always help. Ask your pharmacist if he'll give you some viscous lidocaine to swish around. He may have other suggestions of new stuff I don't know about ... stick with bland foods and liquids; drink through a straw. I feel badly for you...
Ask your doctor for "magic mouthwash"! They should know what it is.
for my arm the derm dr gave me clobetasol propionate ointment and benadryl. for the rash inside my cheek the dentist gave me antibiotics and lidocaine mouthwash. both rashes are healed now, but they left dark marks that take a long time to go away. hope i dont ever get it again. the itching and mouth pain is so hard to go through.
Hi Ginger. I had the same thing, still do but not as bad. I was given "Magic Mouthwash" by my doctor prescription only and it numbed it and helped quite alot. ALso I couldnt eat anything spicy, no pizza, no soda, not much of anything because everything would burn and feel horrible. Speak to your do about it and hopefully it will go away.
For symptomatic relief of pain caused by the throat ulcers, he can try sucking on ice chips. Some types of mouthwash containing 2% lidocaine can also provide some relief from pain. If this is unavailable, frequent gargling with warm water containing salt (1-2 teaspoons in a glass of water) may help. He should also avoid spicy, dry and salty and coarse food.
You could ask for ‘magic mouthwash’ if you’re developing mouth ulcers; it’s a swish ‘n swallow concoction that typically has benadryl, Maalox and lidocaine; and sometimes nystatin to help with any fungal problems. It numbs on contact; most insurance covers it too, I think. Drs are usually familiar with it, it’s used in cancer chemo too.
If it's fungal in origin, a simple mouth swish of a mixture of a children's thrush syrup, lidocaine, and Maalox (or just get a prescription of "Magic Mouthwash") and supplying a source of acidophilous (yogurt, capsules, etc) daily to your body...If it's a vitamin B deficiency, a high potency B complex vitamin will work, but it will take 1-2 weeks... Hope this helps!
magic mouthwash is a combination of equal parts viscous lidocaine, benadryl and malox... the lidocaine is usally prescription, but i wonder if you couldnt use a little numbzit or the stuff used for teething or a toothache. so you could make your own brew at home...
Ask your doctor for a prescription for Magic Mouthwash. It will clear it up and take away the soreness from your tongue. I had the same symptoms and did not have thrush. I call it the medicine mouth due to the treatment drugs.
Magic mouthwash can also be used for pharyngitis, canker sores, and cold sores. One common formulation of the mouthwash contains one part each of viscous lidocaine, Maalox and Benadryl. To use, swish and spit 5 ml every four hours. Another combination contains 12.5 mg Benadryl, 60 ml Maalox, 4 grams Carafate, and xylocaine. Swish, gargle and spit 5-10 ml of this formulation every six hours as needed.
any idea what was in the slurry was it called magic mouth wash which has a number of formulations my fav mylanta diphenhydramine lidocaine and either tetracycline (bacterial) or nystatin (fungal) prob would be rx.
i also use equal parts of benadryl, malox and lidocaine and swish and spit or you can get it prescribed already mixed its called Magic mouthwash. About the blood work, i am not to good on that. But i have had the rash and mouthsores for most of my tx. i am in week 31 and hopefully will be doing 42.
Your smoking what? Just kidding, but it will help lighten the load!! Just kidding again, not really? Like they said above, Biotene mouthwash!! Check wbc's, and ask Doc for rx for "magic" mouthwash.. He should know exactly what it is, and stuff works wonders. Numbs pain in mouth, and helps heal.. Also, gargle with warm saltwater.. Will also help heal and cleanse until you get something else. Tx is a roller coaster ride, up and down, up again, then down..
equal parts Mylanta, children's Benadryl and viscous lidocaine. The lidocaine can be purchased without a prescription (it's kept behind the counter). Keep in a clean bottle in the fridge, shake well before using as needed. This will tide you over until Tuesday. Your Dr may want to add an antifungal if thrush is part of your problem. This is the ONLY thing that's helped me over the last 36 weeks. Good luck to you!
I was treated with Diflucan, no response, then a Bacterial antibiotic, no response, then three types of Mouth rinses, Magic Mouthwash, Lidocaine, and something else containing an antibiotic, didn't work. WHAT WORKED, was baking soda prescribed by a Ears nose and throat specialist at a local ER I went to. I got so sick, i could no longer swallow and I couldn't take the pain. I don't know if you have the same thing but if it doesn't rub off its not thrush.
Go to your Dr and get a prescription for MAGIC MOUTHWASH. It works. For me it definitely lessened the severity of the mouth sores. It has Lidocaine, Benadryl and malox in it. That is the basic stuff. It can also be mixed with other things like something to get rid of yeast problems (forgot the name) if they develop.
You can get an aneshthetic mouth rinse but just using a mouthwash, like Biotine or Listerine, will cause them to at least improve in just a few days.
Regarding the mouth sores, have they given you any Magic Mouthwash yet? It’s a swish ‘n swallow Rx of lidocaine, Maalox, benadryl and sometimes nystatin; it numbs on contact, and really helps with thrush and other things.
get your pcp to have the pharmacy make up magic mouthwash. has benadryl, nystatin and some other things in it....Gish ordered it for me. you swish and spit the stuff. works great.
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