Tyrozet throat lozenges (24)

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Tyrozet lozenges are used to treat minor mouth and throat irritations. They are also used to ease the symptoms caused by mouth and throat surgery, such as tonsil removal.

 

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What are Tyrozet throat lozenges used for?

Tyrozet throat Lozenges  are  a medicine which is used to relieve minor mouth and throat irritations may also be taken to relieve irritation after mouth and throat surgery, for example having your tonsils taken out. The lozenges contain tyrothricin, which is an antibiotic that helps fi ght throat infection, and benzocaine, a local anaesthetic that numbs sore throat pain. The lozenges dissolve in the mouth, gradually releasing the active ingredients which reach the painful throat area at the back of the mouth.

How do you use Tyrozet throat lozenges  ?

Children aged 3 to 11 years

Dissolve one lozenge slowly in the mouth every 3 hours. Do not exceed 6 lozenges in any 24 hour period.
Leave at least 3 hours between doses.
Do not use for longer than 5 consecutive days.
If your symptoms get worse or the lozenges have no effect, talk to your

Adults and children 12 years and over
Dissolve one lozenge slowly in the mouth every 3 hours. Do not exceed 8 lozenges in any 24 hour period.
Leave at least 3 hours between doses.
Do not use for longer than 5 consecutive days.
If your symptoms get worse or the lozenges have no effect, talk to your doctor.

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Like all medicines, TYROZETS
™ LOZENGES can cause side-effects,
although not everybody gets them.
If you experience the following, stop taking this medicine and seek immediate medical help:
■ Abnormal blood pigment levels (Methaemoglobinaemia), symptoms of which may include pale, grey or blue coloured skin, lips or nail beds, headache, shortness of breath, increased heart-beat, dizziness,
confusion, tiredness or lack of energy.
Other effects which may occur include:
■ Skin rashes
■ Blackness or soreness of the tongue, which disappears when the treatment is stopped.

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