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Bakson's Compound#28 Otitis tablets for earache, purulent discharge

Bakson's Compound#28 Otitis tablets for earache, purulent discharge

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Homeopathy Bakson's Compound#28 Otitis tablets

Bakson's Compound # 28 Otitis Tablet is a homeopathic medicine used to relieve Catarrhal Otitis associated with an earache, purulent discharge, and consequent hardness of hearing.

Otitis refers to inflammation or infection of the ear. There are different types of otitis that can affect different parts of the ear. Here are some common types of otitis:

1. Otitis Externa (Swimmer's Ear): Otitis externa is an infection or inflammation of the external ear canal, which is the part of the ear that extends from the outside of the ear to the eardrum. It is often referred to as "swimmer's ear" because it can develop after water exposure. Symptoms may include ear pain, itching, redness, swelling, and discharge. Treatment typically involves keeping the ear dry, using ear drops to relieve symptoms, and, in some cases, antibiotics.

2. Otitis Media: Otitis media refers to inflammation or infection of the middle ear, which is the space behind the eardrum. It is a common condition, especially in children. There are two main types of otitis media:

  • Acute Otitis Media: This is a sudden infection of the middle ear, often occurring with symptoms like ear pain, hearing loss, and fever. It can be caused by bacteria or viruses and is commonly treated with antibiotics if bacterial.

  • Chronic Otitis Media: When ear infections persist or recur, it can lead to chronic otitis media. This condition can cause long-term damage to the middle ear structures, including hearing loss. Treatment may involve antibiotics, ear cleaning, and in some cases, surgery.

3. Otitis Interna (Labyrinthitis): Otitis interna, also known as labyrinthitis, is inflammation of the inner ear, specifically the labyrinth. It can result from infections, such as viral infections like the flu, and may cause symptoms such as severe vertigo (spinning sensation), dizziness, nausea, and hearing loss.

4. Otitis Media with Effusion (OME): OME is a condition where fluid builds up in the middle ear without an active infection. It often follows an episode of acute otitis media or can occur as a result of allergies or other conditions. Symptoms may include mild hearing loss and a feeling of fullness in the ear. OME is more common in children and usually resolves on its own, but in some cases, treatment may be needed.

5. Suppurative Otitis Media (Cholesteatoma): This is a rare but serious condition where a cyst-like growth called a cholesteatoma forms in the middle ear. It can cause erosion of ear structures and lead to hearing loss and other complications. Treatment typically involves surgical removal.

It's important to consult a healthcare professional, usually an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialist, if you suspect you have otitis or any ear-related symptoms. Proper diagnosis and treatment are essential to prevent complications and maintain ear health.

Key Ingredients:

  • Hepar sulph. 3x
  • Pulsatilla 3x
  • Silicea 3x

Key Benefits:

  • Helps to treat diminished hearing and difficulty due to wax
  • Helpful in the purulent discharge and hardness of hearing
  • Treats the discharge of pus and whizzing and throbbing in the ears
  • Treats deafness after scarlet fever

Directions For Use:

  • Adults should take 2 tablets, thrice a day
  • Children should 1 tablet, thrice a day
  • In acute condition take 2 tablets, 2 hourly for 2-4 day

Safety Information:

  • Read the label carefully before use
  • Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight
  • Keep out of reach of the children
  • Do not exceed the recommended dosage
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