Domeboro

Last Update April 22, 2016
Domeboro is a skin medication.
Uses: Domeboro is approved for Otitis Externa and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
Other brands: Astringent
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Last Update April 22, 2016
Satisfaction Score
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5.0
Extremely Satisfied
based on 1,051 conversations around the web
Share your experience
Share your experience

What people say about Domeboro

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Positive 122 "I do the Domeboro soaks and just starting to get a bit better. Mine is in a bad spot, just where your underwire would be so hard to heal there anyway. A distraction and trip away sounds... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 21 "My grandmother is 86 yrs and going through the same side effects as your wife.. my grandma got radiation for vulvar cancer ....how is your wife doing now? ...She now uses ...Is so sad to see her in pain."Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Domeboro

Alchohol warning on Domeboro
There may be a negative interaction between Domeboro and alcohol.
How do I obtain Domeboro?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Domeboro?
Pill
What dosages are available?
Packet, 25% Packet, Tablet, 25% Tablet, 952-1347 mg Powder
Ingredients
Calcium Acetate/Aluminum Sulfate
Approval Date
April 30, 1976
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