LLOYDS PHARMACY EAR DROPS
Store between 4°C and 25°C.
Do not use after the expiry date marked on the pack.
Docusate Sodium BP 50mg/ml
Leaflet prepared 17 April 2009
Please read this leaflet carefully before using this medicine. If
you have any questions or are not sure about anything, ask
your doctor or pharmacist.
Contains Docusate Sodium BP 50mg/ml
In addition to the above the drops also contain Propylene
Glycol and Purified Water.
Lloyds Pharmacy Ear Drops is available in packs of 15ml.
Docusate Sodium is an anionic surfactant (a type of mild
detergent) use to treat hardened ear wax.
Product licence holder:Wallace Manufacturing Chemists Ltd
51-53 Stert Street, Abingdon OX14 3JF
Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Product licence number: PL 0400/5019R
The drops are manufactured for Wallace by :Thorpe Laboratories Ltd.,
Enterprise Road, Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire
Lloyds Pharmacy Ear Drops are used for the softening of ear
You should not use this medicine if: You are allergic to any of the ingredients.
You suffer from perforation of the ear drum.
You suffer from eczema of the outer ear.
You have any infection or inflammation of the outer ear.
Special Warnings: Do not administer to children unless on the instructions of
Keep all medicines out of the reach of children.
Lie on side with the affected ear uppermost. Fill the ear with
Lloyds Pharmacy Ear Drops solution using the dropper and
remain in this position for a few minutes. Place a small plug
of cotton wool in the ear before rising and leave the plug in
until the next treatment. If both ears are affected repeat the
procedure for the other ear. Do this for two nights and the
wax will be soft and easily removed.
In difficult cases it may be necessary for you doctor to employ
syringing with warm water to remove the wax after it has
Overdose:Overdose is unlikely when used as directed.
Side effects are unlikely when used as directed, although a
few individuals may experience irritation at the point of
application. If you experience any pain when using these
drops then you should consult your doctor or hospital
Always consult your healthcare provider to ensure the information displayed on this page applies to your personal circumstances.