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Magic Mouth Wash
Mar 26, 2005
... GI recommended "magic mouth wash" to help with swallowing problems. I heard it is made of Benadryl, maalox and lidocain... Suppose to relieve the inflammation in the throat. ... (0 replies)
... entist recommended a pink "magic" solution of childrens Tylenol, childrens Benadryl and Kaopectate all mixed equally. I take a tablespoon of this and swish in my mouth then spit out. This does numb my mouth enough for me to get to sleep. ... (2 replies)
Tongue issue?
Mar 30, 2010
... up in two days. I was once prescribed something called "Magic Mouthwash" that worked quite well but insurance wouldn't cover it so I just do the peroxide now. Magic mouthwash cleared it up within hours and peroxide is a slow heal over a few days. Hopefully you get it straightened out soon! ... (2 replies)

... I had the Nissen Fundoplication back in June, it's not the magic cure for our problem, but it certainly helps. ... (32 replies)
Burning tongue
Nov 13, 2007
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Burning tongue
Apr 10, 2007
... one tooth, I have seen an ENT once and 2 different Oral Surgeons. I have tried 5 different medications, including neurontin, amitryptilline, kenalog in orabase, magic mouthwash, and fluocinonide gel. I just started using an over the counter mouth wash, toothpaste and dry mouth gel. ... (22 replies)
... that prescription drugs don't do much for LPR, since the most minute quantity of acid can damage the delicate throat tissues. So the LES and UES are the magic key. ... (61 replies)
... Magic mouthwash. It was developed by oncologists for cancer patients who had mouth sores related to their treatments. Your ENT or physician can prescribe. to suit your needs. For example, the script can be written with more or less steroid, more or less lidocaine, etc. (7 replies)
... Wouldn't it be great if there was a magic solution? ... (2 replies)
... ce. So I look back at anxiety levels, and ask myself if that is really my problem. When I'm happy and busy I don't even think about LPR. Although the severe dry mouth always reminds me. ... (61 replies)
... No my throat is not soar, never has been really sore, but i know its eroded, and causes some other irriatating problems, but problems that should be resolved from its healing..I am due for another scope in early febuary, I may request it before then but i am trying to let the medicine work its magic,for I had this disease a few years before it was detected what it i... (12 replies)
... Thanks for the response. I went to an oral surgeon yesterday thinking he might have a clue for me. Of course he did not. He said everything looked great. I don't him my tongue probably wasn't the worse that he had seen but it has changed so much and is very uncomfortable. It feels like a dry desert and now I have this gelatinous saliva, which he had actually heard of. He... (13 replies)
Burning tongue
Nov 13, 2007
... I Have Had Burning Tongue And Throat For Months Now. Went To My Dentist First, He Put On A New Crown, No Luck There. Went To An Ent, He Put Me On Prilosec And A Mouth Swish Which Caused My Tongue To Blister. Stopped All Of That! Went To My Internist, He Just Sent Me To Have A Upper Gi Done This Morning. ... (22 replies)
... I've heard from others that have throat irritation that the ACV irritates it, which makes sense I guess. It's more to help your food digest without producing so much acid, but if your throat is already irritated, it wouldn't seem very soothing to drink it. Not that I am into prescription drugs, but I did use Prevacid Solutab and it did wonders for the chest pain I was... (102 replies)

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