The most common side effects of this medicine include redness, rash, burning, and itching at the site of application. These are usually mild and short-lived. Consult your doctor if any of the side effects persist or worry you.Before using it, tell your doctor if you have liver disease or are taking medicines for heart rhythm problems. Although medicines used on the skin are not normally affected by other medicines you should let your doctor know if you are taking any other medicines to be safe. Ask your healthcare team for advice if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. click here : Nummit Spray
USES OF NUMMIT SPRAY
- Local anesthesia (Numb tissues in a specific area)
BENEFITS OF NUMMIT SPRAY
In Local anesthesia (Numb tissues in a specific area)
Nummit Spray Fresh Mint is a local anesthetic. It makes your skin numb. As a gel or cream, it can be used to relieve pain, irritation, or itching caused by a wide variety of conditions. It is generally very safe, works quite quickly, and will reduce the discomfort that might be caused by an injection, having a drip (cannula) put into your skin or a small cosmetic or other surgical procedure.
It is also used in procedures requiring the insertion of a tube into your mouth, nose, anus (proctoscopy) or bladder (cystoscopy) can be uncomfortable and even painful. Lidocaine can be applied to the surface of the tube before it is inserted. This will both lubricate the tube and give an anesthetic effect, making the procedure more comfortable.
SIDE EFFECTS OF NUMMIT SPRAY
- Allergic reaction
- Application site reactions (burning, irritation, itching and redness)
HOW TO USE NUMMIT SPRAY
HOW NUMMIT SPRAY WORKS
- Nummit Spray Fresh Mint is prescribed to relieve itching and pain caused by scrapes, burns, rashes, bites and eczema.
- Apply it over the affected area with a clean fingertip, three to four times a day or as directed by your doctor.
- Do not apply it to broken or infected areas of skin, face, eyes or eyelids unless instructed to by your doctor.
- Do not cover the area being treated with airtight dressings such as bandages unless directed by a doctor, as this may increase the risk of side effects.
- Avoid contact with eyes, mouth, and nose. In case of accidental contact, rinse thoroughly with water.
Consult your doctor if your skin condition has not improved after 2-4 weeks of treatment.
- Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning pregnancy or breastfeeding.