Bonjela Junior Gel


Junior gei

jLidocaine (Lignocaine) Hydrochloride, Cetylpyridiniu(m chloride |


' Read all of this leaflet carefully because it ' contains important information for you.

This medicirje is available withobt prescription. However, yrju still need to use bonjela Junior ^ gel carefully to get the best results from it.

(eep this leafjet. You may need tp read it again. ^\sk your pharmacist if you need more information or advice. \    \

Ilf your symptdms worsen or do npt improve, jcontact your doctor or dentist. >

|lf any side effect gets serious, or it you notice any side effect not listed in this leaflet please tell your doctor or pharmacist, fn this leaflet:

1.    What bonjela Junior gel is ahd what it is I used for \

2.    Before you use bonjela Junior gel

3.    How to usd bonjela Junior g|el 4- Possible side effects

5.    How to stj>re bonjela Juniorlgel

6.    Further information

1. What bonjela Junior gel is and what it is used for

It contains a local! anaesthetic called (ignocaine hydrochloride, which relieves pain ana irritation and an antiseptic Icalled cetylpyridinium chloride, which kills bacterja and helps prevenf infection, bonjela Junior gel is intended for jadults, the elderly and children over 3 months.

2. Before you use bonjela Junior gel

As with all medicines, bonjela Junior pel may not be suitable for everybody.

Do not

■    use if you are! or your child is allejrgic to lignocaine or other local anaesthetics

■    use if you are or your child is allergic to any of the other! ingredients listed In Section 6

• use if you ha\|e or your child has liver or heart problems. |    |

give to babies under 3 months jof age. Taking other medicines bonjela junior gellshould not be takeif when taking medicines treating high blood pressure (propranolol), stomach conditions (cimetidine) or water-retention (rfiuretics).    |

Speak to your pharmacist or doctor before taking this product with lother medicines. !

Important information about somd of the ingredients in bonjela Junior gel.1

bonjela Junior gel! contains a small amount of ethanol (alcohol) less than 10Omg pej dose. It also contains Banana Flavour (with Propylene glycol) which may cause jskin irritation. !

pregnancy and br]east feeding ilf you are pregnant] planning to " become pregnant, pr

_____breast-feeding, speak to your

idoctor or your pharmacist before !using this medicine)

bonjela Junior! gel is an oromucospl gel and is used fo relieve the pain and discomfort of common mouth ulcers. Bonjela Junior gel is a clear, almost colourless gel) which is applied to! the ^s^e of the fnouth or gums.

Keep 6 mm clear each side of the code

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3. How to use bonjela Junior oral gel

tor adults, the elderly and children over 3 Months. |    |

Check that the cap is unbroken before first using |the product. !    !

|For use in thejmouth only.    |

a a little gel to the painful or |sore area with a clean fingertip or swab, i this may be repeated after 20 minutes and then [every three hcfurs.    [

If symptoms Worsen or do not go [away, see your idoctor or dentist.

If you miss a dose, just apply a new dose and [follow the instructions as before. [

Do not exceed the stated dose.

In the event of an overdose, seek medical advice.


4. Possible side effects

|.ike all medicines, bonjela Junior gel can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them, if you experience any side effects,' such as bluish [colouring of the skin, headache la[ck of energy, [shortness of breath, itchy or irritated skin please contact your doctor or pharmacist!.

)f you get anylside effects, talk to [your doctor, pharmacist ornurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet. You can also [report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at: [By reporting side effects, you can [help provide more information on the safety of this medicine.

j Ink ft ! Varnish Free

5. How to store bonjela Junior gel

Keep out of the reach and sight of children.

Do not use bonjelja Junior gel after thd expiry date which is stated on the carton and tube.

The expiry date refers to the last day of that month. Do not store above 25°C.    !

Medicines should! not be disposed of Via wastewater or house hold waste. Ask your pharmacist how to dispose of medicines no longer required. These njeasures will help to[ protect the environment.

6. Further information

What bonjela Junior gel contains |

The active substances (which make the medicine ! work) are lidocairle hydrochloride 0.5! % w/w and [ cetylpyridinium chloride 0.025% w/w[ The other ! ingredients are ethanol (alcohol), glycerol, banana [ flavour (with Propylene glycol), sodiufo saccharin, i carbomer, triethanolamine and water.    [

What bonjela Junior gel looks like and [ contents of the joack    !

Each tube contairjs dear banana flavour oral gel, in a 10g or 15g pack size. Not all pack sizes may be ! marketed.

Marketing Authorisation Holder a)id Manufacturer [    [    |

MAH: Reckitt Benckiser Healthcare (UK) Limited, [ Slough, SL1 4AQ.I

Manufacturer: Reckitt Benckiser Healthcare (UK) I Limited, Hull. HU^ 7DS, UK.

Licence number: l)L 00063/0657    !

This leaflet was tyst approved in November 2013. i