Is Difflam spray safe to swallow?

If you accidentally swallow a dose, it is unlikely to cause any harm. If you take too much or you accidentally swallow large quantities of your medicine, contact immediately your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

How do you get rid of a swollen uvula?

To help manage the symptoms of a swollen uvula, you can:

  1. Get plenty of rest.
  2. Drink lots of fluids.
  3. Try warm or cold foods to soothe the area.
  4. Keep the air moist with a humidifier.
  5. Suck on a lozenge to keep your throat moist.

Can uvula be removed?

Uvula removal is done with a procedure called an uvulectomy. This removes all or part of the uvula. It’s usually done to treat snoring or some of the symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

What happens if you take too much Difflam spray?

What if I use too much? If you use more than the recommended amount of mouthwash (without swallowing) number of sprays, or lozenges, you are very unlikely to get any serious side effects.

Can Difflam make your throat worse?

Allergic reactions, such as itching, rash, spasm of the throat or airways causing shortness of breath, or swelling of the face, throat or tongue are very rare side effects of Difflam spray. If you feel you have experienced an allergic reaction, stop using the spray and get medical advice immediately.

Does Difflam spray numb your throat?

Common side effects Difflam Anti-inflammatory Throat Spray is generally well tolerated. The most common side effect is oral numbness, occurring in 2.6% of patients.

What is the fastest way to heal a swollen uvula?

The quickest way to get rid of uvulitis is to treat the underlying condition. For example, if your uvula swells as a result of allergies, then antihistamines may reduce your symptoms. If uvulitis is a complication of tonsillitis, then your healthcare provider may prescribe antibiotics to treat your condition.

What if my uvula is touching my tongue?

Symptoms of Uvulitis When you have uvulitis, your uvula will feel sore and appear red and inflamed. Your uvula may even touch your tongue or throat, making it feel as if something is stuck in the back of your throat. In some cases, the sound of your voice may also be affected.

What does Difflam throat spray do?

Difflam Spray works by stopping pain and swelling (inflammation). It is used to treat many painful conditions of the mouth or throat including: • Mouth ulcers • Teething • Sore throat • Sore tongue or gums • Discomfort associated with dentures or dental work.