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Authentic experiences of patients who have used Streptokill for the treatment of earaches→ (Unedited, left as they were sent to us by customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia)

Dosage of Streptokill for earache
If the ear is infected, the application of undiluted Streptokill can be relatively painful. Generally speaking, the stronger the infection, the greater the pain; the intense pain usually lasts somewhere from a few seconds up to one minute.

If the ear is healthy, you will likely not feel any pain at all - this is the same as when you apply Streptokill in the mouth. For the aforementioned reasons, we recommend that you apply a diluted solution of Streptokill into the ear. Spray 1 part (20 sprays = ca. 2 ml) of Streptokill into a small glass, then add 3 parts water (teaspoon = ca. 6 ml). Soak a piece of cotton in the diluted Streptokill solution and insert it into the ear.

It is also possible to lay on your side and drop a few drops of diluted Streptokill directly into the inner ear. It is then advisable to swallow several times, which helps to get the drops as far as possible inside the middle ear. During the next application, you can try to apply Streptokill in a less diluted or undiluted form.

Applying Streptokill directly into the ear with the oral spray applicator is not recommended, as it could cause too much unpleasant pressure on the inner ear. If you do decide to use this method, be sure that the applicator is not inserted into the ear, and that there is space left between to prevent an excess of pressure on the ear drum.



Earaches are more commonly experienced by children, but they can also occur in adults. They may affect either one or both ears. The resulting pain tends to be dull, sharp or burning. Occasionally is persistent or fluctuating in intensity. Earaches can be caused by several factors.

The most common causes of earaches are infections in the ear, the buildup of earwax, changes in altitude, throat infections, tonsillitis, nose infections, the presence of foreign objects inside the ear, the accumulation of liquid deep inside the eardrum, a ruptured eardrum, and problems with wisdom teeth.

- pain ranging from mild to strong

- discharge of thick, yellow or bloody liquid from the ear

- fever

- problems sleeping

- loss of appetite

- problems with vertigo

- impaired hearing


It is important to establish the reason for the earache before attempting treatment. Often, it is enough to administer painkillers that can be commonly purchased over the counter. If an infection is present, doctors usually prescribe antibiotics. When infections are not the cause, you may relieve the pain yourself by applying a warm towel, warm bean bag or hot water bottle to the affected ear. If there is discharge, wash the outer ear with soapy water and a towel.

To prevent an earache or its infection, try to keep your ear dry; for example, after swimming or bathing, dry your ear carefully with a towel, some cotton or an electric fan. Never clean the inside your ear with pointy, sharp objects that could damage the eardrum. The prevention of colds and upper respiratory tract infections also helps prevent earaches and ear infections.

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