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Otex Ear Drops FAQs
Otex can be used by adults, children and the elderly and is safe to use during pregnancy or breastfeeding. However, pregnant women should always seek medical advice before starting any new treatment. Also, as a general rule, it is advisable to be cautious when using any medicine during breastfeeding, unless it has been prescribed by a doctor.
If you suffer from any other ear related problem you should not use Otex unless your doctor has advised you to do so.
It is rare for young children to suffer from impacted earwax, so it is a good idea to seek advice from a doctor before attempting treatment.
Otex can make the process of syringing much easier. In some cases, it can even negate the need for syringing altogether. You should not need to use any kind of earwax removal drops soon after syringing as it generally requires months for the wax to build up. If you suspect that an earwax problem has recurred sooner, you should seek medical advice.
You should not use Otex if you use a hearing aid. You should seek professional advice if you have a history of any other ear related issue.
No, Otex should only be used to treat impacted earwax where the eardrum is intact. Grommets pass through the eardrum and may inadvertently allow an eardrop, like Otex, to penetrate the middle ear.
No. Otex has only been tested on human patients undergoing clinical trials for earwax problems.
None of the ingredients in Otex Ear Drops are of animal origin.
None of the ingredients in Otex Ear Drops contain any nut derivative. Otex ear drops contain the active ingredients; urea hydrogen peroxide, which helps to soften ear wax.