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Drug Name: Antiben
Generic Name(s): Antipyrine Benzocaine
Drug Class: Analgesics
Treats: Ear Pain, Swelling, Congestion

Antiben is a medication used in relieving pain, swelling and congestion caused by acute otitis media. Acute otitis media is an inflammation which occurs at the middle ear. Antiben is a combination drug which contains an anesthetic and an analgesic. It may also contain other ingredients which include glycerin and zinc acetate.

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Antiben Uses

Antiben is a reliever which is applied in the ear. It offers relief to pain, swelling and congestion usually caused by inflammation of the middle ear. This inflammation can also be referred to as the acute otitis media. Antiben contains two main ingredients. Benzocaine is the first ingredient which is a topical anesthetic that numbs the pain. The second ingredient is Antipyrine which is an effective analgesic that reduces inflammation and pain. Antiben may also contain glycerin for softening the earwax and zinc acetate which aids in protecting your skin. Antiben is normally used in relieving the following ear conditions after the doctor’s approval. The doctor may also choose to use it in treating other related conditions.

  • Ear pains and inflammation

Antiben Dosage

Antiben is usually applied according to the doctor’s directives. You should not alter the doctor’s dosage under normal conditions. If you miss a dose, use the drug as soon as you can and if the next dose is close, skip the current one for the next. Antiben should be applied as follows. You may warm the bottle in your hands before using it.

  • Fill the ear canal slowly while tilting your head or lying on side with the affected ear facing upwards. Maintain the position for around 5 minutes. You may place a cotton plug at the opening of the ear for retention. This should be for about 5 to 10 minutes.

Antiben Side Effects

Several side effects are expected to show up on a person using Antiben. The side effects may not be common to every person using the drug due to the varying body strengths. To avoid unwanted side effects, one should apply the medication as directed by a medical professional. The following side effects of Antiben are rare but serious. You should seek immediate medical attention when you notice them. Also stop using the drug immediately.

  • Ear burning
  • Ear stinging
  • New pain
  • Ear redness
  • Severe weakness/tiredness
  • Bluish skin

Serious allergic reactions to this drug are rare but may occur. Such reactions include the following. Notify your doctor immediately you notice them.

  • Rashes
  • Itchiness
  • Swelling of the face/ throat/ tongue
  • Trouble breathing
  • Severe dizziness


Antiben Interactions

Antiben may also interact with other drugs. There are no drugs which have yet been declared interactive with Antiben. Your doctor may be aware of any drug which would interact with Antiben, and you should, therefore, confirm with him/her. Drug interactions may alter the normal functioning of a drug. You should, therefore, seek the doctor’s advice and also keep the list of all the drugs you are using for the doctor’s confirmation. Do not change, start or stop using any medication before confirming with a medical professional.

  • No interactions