Difflam Lozenges 3mg (20)
- Relieves Pain and Irritation Of Mouth & Throat
- Active Ingredient : Benzydamine Hydrochloride
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Difflam contains the active substance benzydamine hydrochloride, which is a local anti-inflammatory agent. Difflam is used in adults and children above 6 years of age for symptomatic local treatment for the relief of pain and irritation of the mouth and throat.
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Difflam Lozenges contain the active ingredient Benzydamine hydrochloride, which is a local anti-inflammatory agent.
Difflam Lozenges are used in adults and children above the age of 6 years old for symptomatic treatment for the relief of pain and irritation of the mouth and throat. If symptoms persist and don’t improve within 3 days, speak to a doctor.
Benzydamine Hydrochloride Difflam Lozenges
Benzydamine Hydrochloride Difflam Lozenges are used as an anti-inflammatory and painkilling medicine. It reduces the pain associated with a sore throat or mouth conditions such as ulcers. As well as being available as Difflam Sore Throat Lozenges, it’s also available as a throat spray or mouthwash which can be gargled.
Some medications such as Benzydamine Hydrochloride Difflam Lozenges may not be suitable for people with certain conditions. For this reason, you should first let your doctor know of any other medications you are currently taking before using Benzydamine Hydrochloride Difflam Lozenges.
Difflam Lozenges During Pregnancy
If you are thinking of using Difflam Lozenges during pregnancy/breastfeeding, or are currently thinking of planning to become pregnant, ask your doctor or pharmacist before using this medicine.
Difflam Lozenges during pregnancy should not be used. They should also not be used during breastfeeding.
Difflam Lozenges While Pregnant
Using Difflam Lozenges while pregnant could cause needless harm to an unborn baby. Difflam has recommended that taking Difflam Lozenges while pregnant is not advisable. Reports have been received of adverse effects when this guidance is not followed.
If you’re unsure about using Difflam Lozenges while pregnant and are worried about the side effects it could cause, speak to a doctor.
Difflam Ct Throat Lozenges
You should not take Difflam Ct Throat Lozenges if:
- You are allergic to Benzydamine or any of the other ingredients of this medicine.
- You suffer from a condition known as phenylketonuria. Phenylketonuria is an inborn error of metabolism that results in decreased metabolism of the amino acid phenylalanine.
- You are allergic to salicylic acid or to other anti-inflammatory painkillers called NSAIDs. For example ibuprofen.
Before using Difflam Ct Throat Lozenges, there are a couple of warnings and precautions you should be aware of.
- Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you:
- Have a history of Asthma
- Have been told you have an intolerance to certain sugars
- Continue to experience pain in your mouth after 3 days of using the lozenges, or if other symptoms such as fever appear.
Difflam Sore Throat Lozenges
Like with all medications, Difflam Sore Throat Lozenges can cause side effect, although not everyone will experience them.
Allergic reactions are rare, but can be serious and life threatening. You should seek immediate medical attention if you get any sudden swelling in the mouth or throat, difficulty breathing, rash or itching especially affecting the whole body.
Uncommon Difflam Sore Throat Lozenges Side Effects
- Skin sensitivity to sunlight (causing a rash or sunburn).
Rare Side Effects
- Burning sensation or dryness of the mouth. If this happens to you, try sipping a glass of water to reduce the effect.
Very Rare Side Effects
- Sudden swelling in the mouth/throat and mucous membranes.
- Difficulty breathing.
Not known (the frequency cannot be estimated from the available Difflam Sore Throat Lozenges data)
- Local loss of sensitivity of the oral mucosa
- Allergic reaction
- Anaphylactic shock, signs of which may include difficulty breathing, chest pain or chest tightness, and/ or feeling dizzy/faint, severe itching of the skin or raised lumps on the skin, swelling of the face, lips, tongue and /or throat, and which may be potentially life threatening.
Difflam 3 Mg Lozenges
How to store Difflam 3 mg Lozenges
- This medicine should be kept out of the reach of children.
- Do not use Difflam 3 mg Lozenges after the expiry date shown on the label. The expiry date refers to the last day of that month.
- Do not tore above 30 degrees Celsius.
- In order to protect from moisture, store in the original packaging.
Medicines past the expiry date should not be thrown away via waste water or household waste. If any Difflam 3 mg Lozenges need to be thrown away, ask your pharmacist how. These measure are put in place to help protect the environment.
How To Take Difflam Lozenges
The following ‘How to take Difflam Lozenges’ guide is the default recommendations by the manufacturer. If you doctor has given you specific instructions, always take this medication exactly as described.
The recommended dose for adults and children over 6 years old: one lozenge 3 times a day. Do not take more than 3 lozenges per day.
The use of this medicine in children 6 to 11 years old should be under the supervision of an adult. Children under the age of 6 should not be given Difflam Lozenges.
- Each lozenge should be dissolved in the mouth.
- Do not swallow or chew the lozenge.
- Difflam Lozenges should not be used for more than seven days.
If you’re having trouble with how to take Difflam Lozenges, speak to your doctor or pharmacist for further advice.
Benzydamine Difflam Lozenges
Each packet of Benzydamine Difflam Lozenges contain the same amount of ingredients. All of the Benzydamine Difflam Lozenges Ingredients can be found on the back of the packet and patient information leaflet online.
Active Ingredient: Each lozenge contains 3 mg of Benzydamine hydrochloride.
Other Ingredients: isomalt, acesulfame potassium, citric acid monohydrate, orange flavour, honey flavour, levomenthol, quinolone yellow, sunset yellow.
Each of the Benzydamine Difflam Lozenges are orange-yellow, square shaped lozenges with a central cavity.
Difflam Cough Lozenges
Sore throats are very common and are usually nothing to worry about. They normally get better by themselves without medication within a week. To help shorten the amount of time it lasts, there are a number of things you can do at home that include gargling warm water, eating cool or soft foods, sucking on ice cubes or ice lollies.
If any of the at home treatments don’t work, your pharmacist has medications such as Difflam Cough Lozenges to help. You can buy them over the counter without a prescription.
Symptoms persisting after using over the counter medication will require further diagnosis by a doctor. Difflam cough lozenges will not help a bacterial or viral infection. A prescription only medication may be required to make a full recovery.