Everytime eats or drinks throws up [vomiting].
Nausea, upset stomach, sick to stomach [nausea].
Dry mouth [dry mouth].
Device difficult to remove (cannot get the fixodent off the roof of mouth).
[device difficult to use].
Case description: a consumer reported that they, an adult male age unspecified, used fixodent denture adhesive, control food seal puls scope flavor cream as advised by his dentist, unspecified total daily use for almost 2 weeks, last known use on (b)(6) 2011, and had to be hospitalized for 2 days after experiencing the following: every time he ate or drank anything he threw up, had nausea, upset stomach, was sick to stomach, had diarrhea, dry mouth / mouth did not have moisture, device difficult to remove (could not get the fixodent off the roof of his mouth).
He consulted his dentist who said he had to get used to it.
The consumer stated that he had to be taken to the hospital by ambulance.
Treatment: omeprazole 20 mg capsules twice daily to keep the nausea down.
The consumer discontinued use of fixodent and has had no problems with polygrip.
The case outcome was recovered.
Past medical history included: allergy - seasonal and (unspecified) food, medical history - has had denstures for 3 1/2 weeks.
Concomitant medications included: percocet, valium, ambien, prozac, morphine, prilosec, albuterol, and adderall.
No further info was provided.