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Pain-A-Lay Gargle

Name of the Generic: Phenol topical FEE-nol-TOP’-i-kal [ FEE-nol-TOP-i-kal.
Names of Brands: Castellani Paint, Cepastat Extra Strength, Chloraseptic Cherry, Chloraseptic Citrus, Chloraseptic Cool Mint, etc.
Classification of Drugs: Topical anesthetics.

What is Pain-A-Lay Gargle?

Pain-Alay Gargle is applied to the skin to protect it from infections when there are tiny burns, cuts, scrapes, or burns. Pain-Alay Gargle is applied to the hair to help treat dandruff. Certain forms of topical phenol are topically applied to the mouth to relieve temporary discomfort from minor mouth pain, inflammation, a sore throat, or a sore throat caused by canker. Pain-A-Lay Gargle can be used for other purposes that are not mentioned in this guide.

Side effects of Pain-A-Lay Gargle

Contact a medical professional immediately. Get medical attention immediately if you notice symptoms that indicate an allergic reaction, such as hives, difficulty breathing, or swelling of your lips, face, or tongue. More minor side effects might be more likely, and you could not experience any whatsoever. This is not an exhaustive list of all possible adverse effects. Other effects could be present as well. Contact your doctor for medical advice on any unpleasant effects. effects. You can report any adverse reactions to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.


Follow the instructions on the label exactly or as recommended by your physician.

Before you take this drug

You shouldn't use Pain-A-Lay Gargle if you are allergic to it. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist to determine if the Gargle from Pain-A-Lay is safe to use if you suffer from any medical condition or allergies. If you're breastfeeding, be sure to avoid applying this medication to areas of your breast that could be in contact with the baby's mouth.

How to take Pain-Allay Gargle?

Follow the directions on the label or as directed by your physician. Pain-A-Lay Gargle comes in various types, including liquid, swab spray, ointment, and lozenges. Be sure to read and follow the instructions for use that come with your medication. Talk to your pharmacist or doctor for clarification if you are unsure of the instructions. Follow the instructions on the medication label regarding the use of this medication on the child. Some forms of topical phenol should not be used on children under certain ages. The Gargle Pain-A-Lay can be applied to the skin when necessary. Cleanse the area first before applying it. be treated.

Before applying Pain-Allay Gargle to the skin, start by applying a tiny amount of the product to ensure there isn't any allergic reaction to your skin. Do not apply Pain-A-Lay Gargle to wounds that are deep puncture wounds, bites from animals, or burns that are serious. Don't apply it over large areas of the skin. Don't put an adhesive bandage on the treated skin. The Pain-Alay Gargle is a good option to use by mouth, once every two hours if needed. Children between 6 and 12 years old must not take more than 10 lozenges within 24 hours. Use the Pain-A-Lay to gargle your mouth when you use a form that is intended to be used only on the face. To apply the Pain-A-Lay Gargle spray to the mouth, apply the spray directly to the throat or mouth. The spray should remain for 15 minutes, and then pour it out.

To use the Pain-A-Lay Gargle for an oral rinse, gargle or swirl the liquid for 15 seconds and then rinse it off. Don't swallow the liquid. To take a Pain-A-Lay gargle as a lozenge, place the lozenge in your mouth and let it dissolve slowly. When using this medication either in your mouth or on your skin, seek medical attention when you notice any new or worsening signs of redness, pain, an increase in swelling, itching, or fever. Contact your doctor if you feel your sore throat becomes severe or continues for more than 2 days, or if you also experience a high temperature, headache, nausea, or vomiting. Don't allow children less than 12 years old to take this medication without assistance from an adult. Keep at room temperature, away from heat and moisture. Avoid refrigerating. Each gargle swab from Pain-Aliy is intended for one use only. Certain forms of phenol can color clothing and skin. Be cautious not to spill the medication.

What happens if I miss the dose?

Don't miss the dose you missed, and take your next dose at your regular time. Avoid taking two doses at the same time.

What happens if I overdose?

A dose of Pain-A-Lay Gargle isn't expected to pose a risk. Get medical attention immediately or contact the Poison Help line at 1-800-222-1222 in the event that someone has accidentally swallowed the drug.

What should be avoided?

Do not let the Pain-Al-Lay Gargle get into your eyes.

Interaction with other drugs

The skin care treatment is unlikely to be affected by other medicines you take. However, many medications can interact 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.