Ear pain

Dosage of STREPTOkill in the ear

If there is an inflammation in the ear, then the application of undiluted Streptokill can be quite painful. In general, the stronger the inflammation, the more painfull the aplication of Streptokill is. This intense sensation usually lasts only a few tens of seconds. If the ear is healthy, you will probably not feel the application of Streptokill at all, same as for example, when applied in the mouth.
For the above reason, we recommend applying Streptokill to the ear in diluted form. First spray 1 part Streptokill into a small glass (20 sprays = approx. 2 ml), then add 3 parts of water (coffee spoon = approx. 6 ml). Then soak a piece of cotton wool or other tampon in the diluted Streptokill and insert it into your ear.
It is also possible to lie on your side and drip few drops of diluted Streptokill directly into your ear like into a funnel. Then it is advisable to swallow several times, to help to bring the solution closer to the middle ear.

For the next application, you can try to apply Streptokill less diluted or undiluted. Application directly with the oral spray applicator is not recommended as it could cause unwanted pressure on the inner ear. If you decide to do so, then be sure not to insert the oral applicator inside your ear and make sure to leave space between the ear and the applicator so that the pressure shock during application does not cause overpressure on the eardrum.

Ear pain

Ear pain is more often a child's affair, but can also occur in adults. It affects one or both ears. The pain is usually dull, sharp or burning. Sometimes it is permanent or may change intensity. Ear pain can be caused by several factors.
The most common causes of ear pain are ear infections, build up of earwax, changes in altitude, sore throat, tonsilitis, inflammation in the nose, a foreign object in the ear, accumulation of fluids deep in the eardrum, ruptured eardrum, and wisdom teeth problems.
The pain is mild to severe, discharge of thick yellow or bloody fluid from the ear, fever, trouble sleeping, loss of appetite, balance problem, lowered hearing.

How ear pain is treated

The most important thing before treatment is to find out what is the cause of the pain. Over-the-counter painkillers often help. In case of inflammation, the antibiotics are often prescribed by the doctor.
In other cases, we can help ourselves to relieve the sore ear by applying a warm towel, a wheat bag, or a hot water bottle. At the discharge from the ear, wash the outer area with soap water and towel.

Prevention

To prevent ear pain or infection, we can take care to keep the ear dry, for example, after swimming or bathing, dry the ear carefully with a towel, cotton wool, or gently dry with an electric hair dryer. Do not clean the inside of the ear with any sharp or pointed objects that could damage or injure the eardrum. Prevent catching a cold of the upper respiratory tract to avoid ear pain associated with inflammation.

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Ear pain

Dosage of STREPTOkill in the ear

If there is an inflammation in the ear, then the application of undiluted Streptokill can be quite painful. In general, the stronger the inflammation, the more painfull the aplication of Streptokill is. This intense sensation usually lasts only a few tens of seconds. If the ear is healthy, you will probably not feel the application of Streptokill at all, same as for example, when applied in the mouth.
For the above reason, we recommend applying Streptokill to the ear in diluted form. First spray 1 part Streptokill into a small glass (20 sprays = approx. 2 ml), then add 3 parts of water (coffee spoon = approx. 6 ml). Then soak a piece of cotton wool or other tampon in the diluted Streptokill and insert it into your ear.
It is also possible to lie on your side and drip few drops of diluted Streptokill directly into your ear like into a funnel. Then it is advisable to swallow several times, to help to bring the solution closer to the middle ear.

For the next application, you can try to apply Streptokill less diluted or undiluted. Application directly with the oral spray applicator is not recommended as it could cause unwanted pressure on the inner ear. If you decide to do so, then be sure not to insert the oral applicator inside your ear and make sure to leave space between the ear and the applicator so that the pressure shock during application does not cause overpressure on the eardrum.

Ear pain

Ear pain is more often a child's affair, but can also occur in adults. It affects one or both ears. The pain is usually dull, sharp or burning. Sometimes it is permanent or may change intensity. Ear pain can be caused by several factors.
The most common causes of ear pain are ear infections, build up of earwax, changes in altitude, sore throat, tonsilitis, inflammation in the nose, a foreign object in the ear, accumulation of fluids deep in the eardrum, ruptured eardrum, and wisdom teeth problems.
The pain is mild to severe, discharge of thick yellow or bloody fluid from the ear, fever, trouble sleeping, loss of appetite, balance problem, lowered hearing.

How ear pain is treated

The most important thing before treatment is to find out what is the cause of the pain. Over-the-counter painkillers often help. In case of inflammation, the antibiotics are often prescribed by the doctor.
In other cases, we can help ourselves to relieve the sore ear by applying a warm towel, a wheat bag, or a hot water bottle. At the discharge from the ear, wash the outer area with soap water and towel.

Prevention

To prevent ear pain or infection, we can take care to keep the ear dry, for example, after swimming or bathing, dry the ear carefully with a towel, cotton wool, or gently dry with an electric hair dryer. Do not clean the inside of the ear with any sharp or pointed objects that could damage or injure the eardrum. Prevent catching a cold of the upper respiratory tract to avoid ear pain associated with inflammation.

Authentic reviews

Hello, although I learned about Streptokill from an advertisement recently, it interested me and I ordered 2x 2 pcs + 1 pc for free as part of the promotion for me and my son. In a short time, he...

Dobrý den, přestože o Streptokillu jsem se dozvěděl z reklamy nedávno, tak mne zaujal a objednal jsem 2x 2 ks + 1 ks zdarma v rámci akce pro mne a mého syna. Během krátké doby mi už dvakrát pomohl...

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