Polysporin gouttes pour les yeux et les oreilles

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Le compte-gouttes auriculaire Polysporin Eye & offre une formule de guérison rapide qui traite la conjonctivite et d'autres infections oculaires. Le compte-gouttes auriculaire Polysporin Eye & élimine les bactéries à l'origine de l'infection, accélère la guérison et offre un soulagement rapide des symptômes.

Le compte-gouttes auriculaire Polysporin Eye & tue les bactéries à l'origine de l'infection et aide à soulager la rougeur et les démangeaisons associées à la conjonctivite bactérienne Les gouttes oculaires Polysporin & peuvent également être utilisées pour traiter l'otite du baigneur.

Posologie : 1 à 2 gouttes dans l'œil ou l'oreille infecté(e) 4 fois par jour.

Ingrédients médicinaux : Chaque mL contient les antibiotiques polymyxine B 10 000 unités (sous forme de sulfate) et gramicidine 0,025 mg.

Ingrédients non médicinaux : Alcool, chlorie de benzalkonium, poloxamer, propylèneglycol, eau.

Mises en garde : En cas d'irritation, ou en cas d'infection grave, ou si l'infection n'a pas commencé à disparaître en 2 jours, cesser l'utilisation et consulter un médecin. Consultez un médecin avant l'utilisation si la cause de la conjonctivite n'est pas claire, ou s'il y a une sensation marquée de quelque chose dans l'œil, une sensibilité à la lumière, un écoulement abondant et continu, une douleur dans l'œil, une altération de la vision, une perte d'audition sévère ou de la fièvre.

Collyre adapté à tous les âges. Pour les infections de l'oreille, il faut consulter un médecin avant de traiter les enfants de moins de 6 ans.

Si vous avez besoin de consulter un pharmacien, vous pouvez communiquer avec notre pharmacien de Well.ca. Veuillez lire l'étiquette, les avertissements et les feuillets fournis par le fabricant et consultez votre professionnel de la santé lorsque vous achetez des médicaments ou des produits de santé naturels afin de vous assurer qu'ils vous conviennent.

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nothing but trouble. I picked these drops up just recently after getting pink for the first time in my life. Immediately after the very first use I found these drops painful to use, with a sharp stinging that has been reported in many other reviews here (and constantly denied by the manufacturer). Use as directed led to further and further irritation, with eye pain and dryness growing steadily worse. I eventually threw these out and went to see a doctor about getting something that would actually help without making me want to tear my eyes out. A complete waste of money. Maybe if some type of numbing agent was added or if the alcohol was removed these wouldn't be so awful.
Date published: 2016-04-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work for me I had a full blown/ stage 4 case of pink eye. I typically head to the nearest walk-in clinic and get a prescription. However i saw the polysporin add and decided to give it a try. I followed the direction- and ignored the burn that was experienced every time. I figured no pain no gain right? Wrong. After 3 days of use, i saw that the infection remained unchanged. I got up and headed straight to the clinic for the real stuff. After 48 hours using my prescription, the infection was almost gone. Granted i did not use polysporin for the recommended time. However I was forced to bail on it - after a lack of positive results
Date published: 2015-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Follow the Instructions ! I purchased this product last Wednesday (November 4, 2020), I had severe pink eye to the point that I light sensitivity so severe that I had to close the one eye and discharge from my eye at night. I started on the drops, as directed on the package, the eye did not seem to get better, but after a day of use (4 doses), the sensitivity to light disappeared and after three days three days there was not discharge from my eyes at night and the redness was almost gone. So, read the instructions and follow them !
Date published: 2020-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great that it's avaliable over the counter This stuff is great if you find yourself with pink eye over a summer long weekend. If people are complaining of a very light stinging, it's most likely working -- I guess some people are really over sensitive. Geez, it's not just water your dropping into your eye, it is a mefication. Oh well, like I said, if you get to see a pharmacist who knows their job, and can sell you some over counter, then great! I would only caution if you had a dicey pharmacist who you did not trust But I love it that I don't have to scramble to find a doctor or walk in. I can get this and then check in with my GP at a later date if it's called for - exactly the advice I got
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from My eyes feel more irritated after use I bought this product today as I had a minor infection in both my eyes and no clinics were open. I have used eye drops before and I have always experienced relief. I have administered the drops twice now. I understand the initial stinging sensation as it is essentially cleaning your eyes but it is the extreme itchiness that is bothering me. I came to the site to look if this was a side effect, and have found a lot of other people mentioning the same discomfort I'm having from using this product. I want to claw my eyes out, they are so itchy. I'm afraid to keep using it, if its harming my eyes rather than helping. Disappointed I wasted money on this product and will have to go to the clinic and get something else.
Date published: 2016-04-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I should’ve read the reviews 1st 2 days ago, I started to notice a little pink in the corner of my eye, then it moved to the other eye. I bought this product out of convenience on the shelf, and as soon as I used it, my eyes began to sting a little. I figured this was an indication the product was “working”. Next day, I used it 2 more times and I just had to stop, not only did it start stinging and irritating my eyes, it was significantly more red, not even a slight pink anymore. It was getting worse by the minute so I had to rinse my eyes out and got instant relief! A waste of money for sure. I should’ve read the numerous reviews saying the EXACT same thing! I don’t even want my $$ back, just take it off the shelves until you improve your product and save people from burning, red eyes!
Date published: 2018-07-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Burning won't stop! I had called my doctor to see what they recommend I do to help prevent an infection, as I had gotten dog scent gland expression in my one eye. I was told to get the polysporin pink eye drops. I was instructed to use them for 3 days. I found that it made my eyes burn and the skin around them, for hours after each application. When the burning would finally stop they would be one itchy. I had only one eye that had gotten stuff in it but was told to do both eyes as a precaution. Now both my eyes are bloodshot, the burn and itch.
Date published: 2016-04-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Never again! Last night I used the Pink Eye drops and let me tell you, they burned so bad, that I thought I had done some damage to my eyes. I bathed my eyes immediately afterward as I could hardly bare the discomfort, now 24 hours later, my eyes are still red and sore. I couldn't imagine using these drops on children. I will not use this product ever again. Off to the doctor for a prescription.! I would like to be reimbursed for my purchase,.
Date published: 2014-12-15
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