Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste belongs to a group of medicines known as steroids. It is used to relieve the pain, swelling and redness associated with mouth ulcers that are not caused by herpes.
Q. Is it OK to swallow Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste?
No, you should not swallow Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste. Just apply a thin layer of Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste over the affected area in the mouth with a cotton swab.
Q. How should I use Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste?
Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste should be used as directed by the doctor. This medicine should be used only inside the mouth. Take a small amount of Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste over a cotton swab and apply a uniform, thin layer of Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste over the affected area. Avoid rubbing the area as it may irritate the ulcers.
Q. How long does it take Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste to work?
Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste is generally prescribed for a duration of 7 days. You should start to feel better within this duration. However, your doctor will decide the exact dose and duration of your treatment depending on your condition. Follow your doctor’s instructions to get the maximum benefit of Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste. Moreover, if you do not find a considerable improvement within the prescribed duration, consult your doctor. It is important to know if your symptoms have worsened with time then stop the medication immediately and consult your doctor.
Q. Is Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste effective?
Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste is effective if used in the dose and duration advised by your doctor. Do not stop taking it even if you see improvement in your condition. If you stop using Cinort 0.1% Oral Paste too early, the symptoms may return or worsen.
Information last updated by Dr. Varun Gupta, MD Pharmacology on 29th Jul 2022. The medicine details are for information purpose only. Consult a doctor before taking any medicine.