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Covonia Throat Spray
Covonia Throat Spray
Covonia Throat Spray
Covonia Throat Spray
Covonia Throat Spray

Covonia Throat Spray

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Product summary

Covonia Throat Spray relieves the symptoms of painful, irritated sore throats in adults, the elderly, and children over 12 years.

It is a sugar-free medicine which can be used by those with diabetes.

Dosage instructions

  • Adults, the elderly and children over 12 years: Spray 3 to 5 times for one application. Apply 6 to 10 times a day.
  • Do not give to children under 12 unless your doctor tells you to.

Warnings and restrictions

  • Talk to your doctor if you have a history of allergies.
  • Talk to your doctor If your sore throat has lasted for more than 2 days or is accompanied by high temperature, headache, nausea or sickness, as you may need another medicine in these cases.

Pregnancy or breastfeeding:

  • Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using this medicine if you are pregnant, might be pregnant or are breastfeeding.
  • Covonia Throat Spray should not be used in pregnancy unless the doctor has told you to do so.

Other cautions

  • Covonia Throat Spray may in rare cases cause severe allergic reactions, leading to a drop in blood pressure and even to unconsciousness.
  • Early symptoms of a severe allergic reaction may be skin rash or asthma.

If you notice these symptoms, stop using Covonia Throat Spray and contact your doctor as soon as possible

Taking other medicines

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking:

  • beta-blockers or other medicines for heart problems (e.g. propranolol, mexiletine)
  • medicine for a stomach ulcer (e.g. cimetidine)
  • diuretics, which help remove fluids from the body
  • medicine for epilepsy (e.g. phenytoin or other barbiturates)