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Auraphene-B (otic)

Generic name: for carbamide peroxide (otic) drops: carbamide peroxide [KAR-ba-mide-per-OX-ide OH-tik],
Brand names: include Auraphene-B, Debrox Ear Wax Removal Solution Mollifene Ear Drops Murine Ear Drops
Drug class: cerumenolytics

What is Auraphene-B?

Auraphene B (for the ears) is used to soften and loosen the ear wax, which makes it easier to take off.Auraphene-B can also be used for reasons not mentioned in this medication guide.

Side effects of Auraphene-B

See a doctor immediately. Get medical attention immediately if you notice symptoms or warning signs of an allergic response, such as hives, difficulty breathing, and swelling of your lips, face, and tongue.

Auraphene-B may cause serious side effects. Stop taking Auraphene-B and consult your physician immediately if you suffer from:

  • Dizziness;
  • Acute or new ear infections

Common adverse reactions to uraphene b could include:

  • The sound of crackling or foaming in the ear following the use of drops in the ear;
  • Hearing loss that is temporary following the use of the drops.
  • A slight feeling of fullness inside the ear;
  • A mild itching in the ears.

This list does not encompass every possible adverse reaction of these drugs. Other side effects could be present. Contact your doctor for advice regarding medical effects. Contact the FDA regarding any side effects at 1-800-FDA-1088.


Do not take Auraphene-B if there is an ear hole (ruptured eardrum) or notice any indications of hearing inflammation and/or injury like inflammation, pain, heat drainage, or bleeding.

Similar/related drugs

Debrox, carbamide peroxide otic, Aurodex, and A/B otic

Prior to using this drug

You shouldn't make use of Auraphene-B in case you are allergic to it or there is a hole in your eardrum (ruptured eardrum).

Speak with a pharmacist or doctor to determine if it is safe to take this medication in case you suffer from any other medical issues, particularly:

  • Recent surgery or injury to the ear
  • Itching, pain in the ear, or any other irritation
  • Drainage or discharge from the ear.
  • The ear may be swollen or achy around the ears.

Auraphene-B is not recommended for children younger than 12.

How do I take Auraphene-B?

Follow the directions on the label or as recommended by your physician. Avoid using in larger quantities, in smaller amounts, or for longer than is recommended.Auraphene-B includes patient directions to ensure safe and effective use. Follow these guidelines carefully. Talk to your pharmacist or doctor for any additional concerns.Cleanse your hands prior to and after you use Auraphene B.

For ear drops to use:

  • Relax or tilt your head to the side with your ear facing up. In the ear canal, open it with a gentle pull of your ear or by pulling it downward on the earlobe while giving the medicine to the child.
  • Use the dropper upside-down over your ear, then drop the appropriate amount of drops into your ear.
  • There may be an ear-splitting sound in your ear. This is due to the action of Auraphene-B on foam, which helps break down the wax in your ear.
  • Keep lying down with your head tipped for at least 5 minutes. You can use a small amount of cotton to obstruct the ear and prevent the medicine from leaking out. Follow the directions of your doctor regarding using cotton.
  • Don't put your finger on the tip of the dropper or put it directly into your ear. The tip could be infected. Wipe the surface with a clean cloth; however, do not wash it with soap or water.

Auraphene B may come with a bulb syringe, which is used to flush your ear by flushing it with water. When using the bulb syringe

  • The syringe should be filled with hot water that is at body temperature (no more than 98 degrees F). Avoid using cold or hot water. Cool
  • Keep your head pointing sideways and place your ear over an empty bowl or sink. Then gently bring your ear back in order to let the ear canal open. The end of the bulb syringe enters the opening in the ear canal. Don't insert the tip directly into your ear.
  • Use the bulb syringe to squeeze slowly to release the water into your ear. Be careful not to squirt water vigorously, as you may damage your eardrum.
  • Disconnect the syringe, and let the liquid run out of your ear and into the bowl or sink.

Do not take Auraphene-B for more than 4 days consecutively. Consult your doctor if you continue to experience excessive earwax following the use of this medication or if you notice that your symptoms have become worse.Clean the bulb. Syringe by filling it up with water that is plain and then emptying it numerous times. Avoid using any other chemicals to clean it. Let the syringe air dry.Make sure the medicine bottle is securely sealed and keep it in a carton at room temperature, away from heat and moisture.

What happens if I miss the dose?

Since Auraphene Botic is only utilised when it is needed, you might not be on a dose schedule. If you're following a regimen, take the dose you missed as soon as you can remember. Avoid your missed dosage if it's nearing the time for the next dose scheduled. Do not take extra medication to replace the missed dose.

What happens if I overdose?

A dose of carbamide peroxide is not likely to cause harm. Take immediate medical attention or contact the Poison Help Line at 1-800-222-1222 if you have accidentally taken the medication.

Aviod this

Beware of getting Auraphene-B into your mouth or eyes.Do not use any other drops for the ear unless your physician has instructed you to.

Interaction with other drug

It's not likely that other medications you take in the form of injections or oral pills can affect Auraphene-B, a neuropathic drug that is used to treat However, many drugs interfere with each other. Be sure to inform your healthcare professionals about all medications you are taking, which include prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins, and herbs.