The Hexaspray is a mouthwash to spray locally at the back of the throat in order to treat mild sore throats without fever.
It can be used by adults and children from 30 months.
Sore throat is a very common pain that is felt at the back of the throat. More precisely, this pain can be located in the larynx (lower part of the throat), pharynx (nasopharynx towards the nose and oropharynx in the oral cavity), tonsils (behind the tongue) or more rarely in the area of the epiglottis which is a small cartilaginous protuberance near the trachea.
Biclotymol ................................ 750 mg
Advice and opinion
RESERVED FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN OVER 30 MONTHS.
2 sprays 3 times a day.
Method and route of administration
Shake before each use.
To spray, simply rotate the tip rod a quarter turn.
Spray while holding the bottle upright.
Precaution for use
This medication should NOT be used in the following cases:
- In the event of a history of allergy to one of the constituents of the mouthwash.
- Pressurized mouthwashes are contraindicated in infants (risk of laryngospasm).
IN CASE OF DOUBT, IT IS ESSENTIAL TO ASK FOR THE OPINION OF YOUR DOCTOR OR PHARMACIST.
DO NOT LEAVE THIS MEDICATION WITHIN REACH OF CHILDREN.
Prolonged use (more than 5 days) is undesirable, as it may alter the natural microbial balance of the throat.
The simultaneous or successive use of antiseptics should be avoided, taking into account possible interference (antagonism, inactivation).
Special precautions for use
In the event of fever, purulent sputum (sputum), discomfort in swallowing food as in worsening or lack of improvement after 5 days: CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR.
Drug interactions and other interactions
IN ORDER TO AVOID POSSIBLE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SEVERAL MEDICINAL PRODUCTS, AND PARTICULARLY SULTOPRIDE, YOU MUST SYSTEMICALLY REPORT ANY OTHER TREATMENT IN PROGRESS TO YOUR PHYSICIAN OR PHARMACIST.
This medicine contains biclotymol. Other drugs contain it. Do not combine them, so as not to exceed the maximum recommended doses (see instructions for use and dosage).
Do not take this medication without asking your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
As a precaution, it is best not to use biclotymol during pregnancy.
Generally speaking, during pregnancy and breast-feeding you should always ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using a medicin