DIAMOND EAR DROPS
Diamond Ear drops can be used to treat or prevent ear infections or to help remove earwax. Using ear drops properly allows the medication to enter your ear canal and treat your ear problem.
It is used to treat an outer ear infection (external otitis). It works by stopping the growth of bacteria and fungus. Treating the infection reduces pain and swelling in the ear. Wetness in the ear canal can help bacteria and fungus to grow. This medication may also contain drying ingredients such as glycerin or alcohol. Drying of the ear canal helps to cure the infection.
- to treat an outer ear infection (external otitis)
- help remove earwax
- helps to cure the infection.
- reduces pain and swelling in the ear.
Warnings For external use only.
Do not use:
- if solution changes color or becomes cloudy
When using this product:
- do not touch the tip of container to any surface to avoid contamination.
- replace cap after use
How To Use:
Putting in the drops
Position the head so that the ear faces upward. If you’re giving the drops to yourself, it may be easiest to sit or stand upright and tilt your head to the side. If you’re giving the drops to someone else, it may be easiest if the person tilts their head or lies down on their side.
If the bottle has a dropper, draw some liquid into the dropper. If the bottle has a dropper tip, you’ll just need to turn the bottle upside down.
For adults, gently pull the upper ear up and back. For children, gently pull the lower ear down and back. Squeeze the correct number of drops into the ear. Your doctor’s instructions or the bottle’s label will tell you how many drops to use.
Gently pull the earlobe up and down to allow the drops to run into ear. Keep the head tilted for about two to five minutes so the drops can spread into the ear.
Wipe away any extra liquid with a tissue or clean cloth.
Put the cap back on the bottle.
Wash your hands to remove any medication.