How to use Debrox®
What Is Debrox (Carbamide Peroxide)?
Debrox is a brand name medicine containing carbamide peroxide. It's used to treat earwax buildup.
Too much earwax can block the ear canal and affect hearing.
Debrox works by softening and removing ear wax.
The medicine is manufactured by Medtech Global and is available in over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription forms.
Don't use Debrox if you're experiencing:
- Ear pain or irritation
- A rash in your ear
- An ear injury
- A hole in your eardrum or a broken eardrum
- Ear drainage or discharge
Also, don't use this product without talking to your doctor if you've had a recent ear surgery.
Tell your doctor if you have allergies to other medicines before using Debrox.
This product should only be used in the ear. Avoid contact with the eyes.
Debrox shouldn't be used in children younger than 12 unless a doctor tells you otherwise.
Don't share this medicine with others.
Contact your healthcare provider if you still have excessive earwax after using this medicine, or if your symptoms worsen.
Pregnancy and Debrox
It's not known whether Debrox can harm an unborn baby.
Talk to your doctor about the benefits and risks of using this product during pregnancy.
It's also not known if the medicine passes into breast milk.
Check with your doctor before using Debrox while breastfeeding.
Debrox Side Effects
Common Side Effects of Debrox
When it's used in small doses, no common side effects of Debrox have been reported.
Serious Side Effects of Debrox
Get medical help right away if you experience any signs of a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis), which may include hives, rash, itching, chest tightness, or swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat
Very small amounts of Debrox are absorbed into the blood, so the risk of interacting with other medicines is low.
However, it's a good idea to tell your doctor about all prescription, non-prescription, illegal, recreational, herbal, nutritional, or dietary drugs you're taking.
Debrox comes as a solution to use in the ear only.
The drops are typically used twice a day for four days, or as directed by your doctor.
Don't use Debrox for more than four days unless your doctor tells you otherwise.
Follow the instructions on your product label carefully when using Debrox. Don't apply more or less of the medicine than is recommended.
For adults and children over 12 years of age:
Lie down or tilt your head so the affected ear is facing up.
Place 5–10 drops into the ear canal. Keep your ear facing up for several minutes.
Try to avoid touching the applicator with any surface, including your ear.
You can gently insert a cotton plug to prevent the medicine from leaking out.
If any wax remains after treatment with Debrox, it can be removed by flushing the ear with warm water. You can use a soft rubber bulb ear syringe for this purpose.
If you or someone else accidentally swallows Debrox, contact a poison control center or emergency room immediately.
You can get in touch with a poison control center at 800-222-1222.
Missed Dose of Debrox
If you miss a treatment of Debrox, complete it as soon as you remember.
However, skip the missed treatment if it's almost time for your next one.
Don't complete two treatments of Debrox close to one another to make up for a missed treatment.
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