For the relief of superficial infections of the outer earDrug Interaction Precautions :Do not use EarCalm if you have a known sensitivity or allergy to any of the constituents of the product (a list is given above).If you are known to have a perforated ear drum consult your doctor prior to use.Not recommended for children under 12 years of age except under medical supervision.Do not inhale the spray by mouth or nose or spray near the eyes.Warning:For external use onlyDo not store above 25 degrees celcius.Keep container upright in the outer carton.Do not use the product after the expiry date on the bottle.Use within one month of first use.Discard unwanted left over or expired product down the sink by spraying the pump until exhaustion.Remember to keep all medicines in a safe place where children cannot reach them.This medicine is for you. Never let others use your spray even if their symptoms are the same as yours.If you have any questions or are not sure about anything, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Before you start to use a new bottle of Earcalm, press the actuator down several times until you get a fine spray. When doing this make sure not to point the nozzle at yourself or someone else. This action is called "priming".The bottle is now ready for use.Each time the actuator is pressed down one metered dose will be delivered.Place the nozzle tip gently into your ear opening and press the actuator once to deliver the correct dose.The nozzle tip should always be in place when using EarCalm. It can be removed for cleaning but it should always be put back on afterwards, making sure it has clicked back into place.Each time the actuator is pressed down one metered dose will be delivered.* Read the instructions carefully* One metered dose in each affected ear at least three times daily (morning, evening and after swimming, showering or bathing), or as directed by your doctor/pharmacist. Maximum dosage frequency one spray every 2-3 hours.* If you forget to use EarCalm don't worry. Use it as soon as you remember then go on as before.* Do not use for more than 7 days. If pain occurs during use, or if symptoms worsen or do not improve within 48 hours or your hearing becomes impaired, stop treatment and consult your doctor.If you have not used EarCalm Spray for more than a week, press the actuator a few times until you get a fine spray again, and then follow the instructions above. Don't forget to shake the bottle well before using.After using EarCalm:* After use, wipe clean the nozzle lip with a tissue to remove any ear wax residue.* If sensitivity or allergy develops during usage, then you should stop treatment and consult your doctor.* A few people may experience a temporary stinging or burning sensation for the first few days of treatment.* Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you notice any unwanted effects after using EarCalm.