... PLUS SHE PUT HER LITTLE STICKY "FOR THE EAR" ON ALSO, BUT HER INSTRUCTIONS READ: "Instill 3 to 4 drops in each EYE four times daily for 7 to 10 days." What would have happened if I'd had put this cortisporin otic in my eyes instead of my infected ears?
Well, I certainly would have said something at the pharmacy when you picked it up. You knew how it was to be taken though because you saw a doctor for your ears and not your eyes. I am not insinuating that you don't know better but if you don't show the pharmacy their error and talk with your doctor... they won't know about this mistake.
This suspension is indeed for EARS only.
- Cortisporin Otic Information for Consumers
- Cortisporin Otic Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Cortisporin Otic (detailed)
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