Kloremin Mouthwash

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2 reviews for Kloremin Mouthwash

  1. gizemli biri

    sakın almayın bok gibi

  2. gizemli biri

    arkadaşlar içtikten sonra yemek tadı almıyosunuz 3-4 saat ve tadıda kötü ağız yakıyo aryrıyeten günde 3 kez içmeniz isteniyo günde 3 kere içsem 12 saat yemek yiyemiyosunuz 8 saat zaten uyuyosunuz biz ne zaman yemek yiyelim canımız bişey çekiyor yiyemiyoruz allah belanı versin kloremin zorla içiriyolar kurtuluşta yok bugün dükkanda unutmuium döndümm geri aldım hanımdan azar yiyom sonra neyse

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello there, this is Wikikenko.
      Kloremin Mouthwash is a brand name for chlorhexidine mouthwash, which is a prescription mouthwash that decreases bacteria in your mouth. It can reduce the inflammation, swelling, and bleeding of gingivitis. It can also be used as an antiseptic and disinfectant for mouth ulcers.
      You can use Kloremin Mouthwash yourself if you have a prescription from your doctor or dentist. To use it, you should rinse 10 ml of mouthwash around your mouth for about 1 minute, then spit it out. You should not eat or drink for at least 30 minutes after using it.
      Some possible side effects of Kloremin Mouthwash are: Change in taste, Discoloration of teeth, lips, tooth fillings and dentures or other appliances, Mouth irritation, Irritation of the tip of the tongue, Oral numbness, Burning or stinging sensation. These side effects are usually minor and may go away during treatment. However, if you have any signs of allergic reaction, such as nasal congestion, shortness of breath, skin rash, hives, itching or swelling of face, you should stop using it and seek medical attention immediately.

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100 Ml Solution; Chlorhexidine Digluconate 120 Mg (0.12%). Benzidamine Hydrochloride 150 Mg (0.15%)

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