Difflam throat and mouth spray

  • Difflam Throat & Mouth spray stops pain and swelling.
  • It is used to treat inflammation of the mouth and throat.


SKU: Difflam Throat & Mouth spray



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What is Difflam throat spray used for ?

Adults, adolescents and elderly: 4 to 8 puffs every 1½-3 hourly.
Children(6-12): 4 puffs every 1½-3 hourly.
Children under 6 : One puff to be administered per 4 kg body weight, up to a maximum of 4 puffs, 1½-3 hourly.
Elderly: Because of the small amount of drug applied, elderly patients can receive the same dose as adults.
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Difflam Throat & Mouth spray stops pain and swelling. It is used to treat inflammation of the mouth and throat.

What causes a sore throat?

A sore throat is when you experience a painful scratchy feeling in your mouth or throat. Infections can also cause sore throats. In addition dry air can be a factor.

The symptoms include scratching,burning,rawness and tenderness. Swallowing or talking may hurt and white patches could be visible on the tonsils.

Colds and flu are the most common causes of a sore throat. Otherwise,viruses can cause sore throats. Measles,chicken pox and mumps are the most common, sore throat causing, viruses.

Strep throat is a common bacterial infection. Children are the most susceptible to Strep throat. Allergies can also cause throat irritation.

Use Difflam Throat & Mouth spray to treat all sore throat symptoms.

How do you use Difflam throat spray ?

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Side Effects

The most common side effects are numbness and a stinging feeling in the mouth.

Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders

Very rare: Laryngospasm or bronchospasm.

Gastrointestinal disorders

Uncommon: Oral numbness and a stinging feeling in the mouth.

The stinging has been reported to disappear upon continuation of the treatment, however if it persists it is recommended that treatment be discontinued.

Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders

Very rare: pruritus, urticaria, photosensitivity reaction and rash

Frequency not known: Angioedema

Immune system disorders

Frequency not known: Anaphylactic reaction which can be potentially life-threatening. Hypersensitivity reactions

Methyl parahydroxybenzoate may cause allergic reactions (possibly delayed).

Further Information

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