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Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray
Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray
Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray
Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray
Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray
Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray

Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray

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Product summary

The product contains the active ingredient benzocaine, which belongs to the group of medicines called local anaesthetics.

It has fast action and works by numbing the pain of a sore throat.

The product comes in the form of a spray. It has a swivel head applicator to help deliver the local anaesthetic directly to the throat.

How to use

Ultra Chloraseptic® Throat Spray is for use by adults and teenagers, and in children aged from 6 years when supervised by an adult.

The product is designed so that the medication can be sprayed directly to the back of the throat.

Dosage instructions

For adults and teenagers:

  • Hold breath and spray 3 times to the back of your throat.
  • Repeat every 2–3 hours if required.
  • Do not use more than 8 times a day.

Children 6–12 years :

  • Use only under adult supervision.
  • Do not use in a child who is unable to hold their breath whilst spraying.
  • Hold breath and spray once to the back of the throat. Repeat every 2–3 hours if required.
  • Do not use more than 8 times a day.

DO NOT use for more than 3 days in a row. If symptoms do not improve, consult your pharmacist or doctor.

Avoid eating or drinking as long as the numbness lasts. If you spray more than you should, and you feel drowsy, you must contact a doctor immediately.

Warnings and restrictions

  • This medicine contains a small quantity of alcohol (less than 0.006 units per spray) to dissolve the other ingredients.
  • Contains propylene glycol. This may cause skin irritation.
  • If your sore throat is severe or prolonged, or accompanied by fever, headache, or feeling sick, consult a doctor.
  • DO NOT spray into the eyes. If you accidentally spray into your eyes, rinse them thoroughly in water.
  • Do not use more than 8 times a day.
  • For children 6-12 years: use only under adult supervision.
  • Do not use in a child who is unable to hold their breath while spraying.
  • DO NOT use for more than 3 days in a row. If symptoms do not improve, consult your pharmacist or doctor.
  • You should experience temporary numbness in your throat after using the spray. This indicates that the product is working.
  • Avoid eating or drinking as long as the numbness lasts.
  • If you spray more than you should, and you feel drowsy, you must contact a doctor immediately.
  • If your sore throat is severe or prolonged, or accompanied by fever, headache, or feeling sick, consult a doctor.

DO NOT use this spray if:

  • You have difficulty in breathing, noisy breathing or severe difficulty in swallowing. Talk to your pharmacist or doctor if this applies to you.
  • You know you are allergic to benzocaine or any of the other ingredients (see Section 6 of in leaflet under 'Further Information')
  • You have been told that you have a rare blood condition called methaemoglobinaemia
  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding

DO NOT use this medicine for children under 6 years of age.

Taking other medicines

This medicine is unlikely to interact with other medication. However, it is best to speak to your pharmacist or doctor if you are using other medications for the mouth and throat.