Anusol plus hc ointment 15g
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Symptomatic relief of internal and external haemorrhoids and pruritus ani
Adults 18 years and over: Apply sparingly to affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement, to a maximum of 4 applications in 24 hours. For internal conditions use the rectal nozzle provided
Not for use in tubercular, fungal and most viral lesions including herpes simplex, vaccinia and varicella. Discontinue if symptoms do not improve, worsen or if rectal bleeding occurs. Do not use for more than 7 consecutive days.
Patient Information Form
Anusol Plus HC ointment is used for the relief of internal and external piles and anal itching in adults and children aged 18 years and older.
Warnings or Restrictions
Do not use if:
The duration of the treatment lasts more than one week without consulting your doctor.
For topical administration only.
Discontinue use and seek medical advice immediately if rectal bleeding occurs.
Please consult your pharmacist or doctor before using this medicine if you are currently pregnant, likely to get pregnant or breastfeeding.
Please consult your pharmacist or doctor if you are currently taking any other medicines as this may cause an interaction.
If you think you may be allergic to any of the ingredients contained in this medicine, please seek medical advice before taking.
If you have any questions after you have bought this medication, please speak to your pharmacist.
Active ingredients per 100g: Hydrocortisone acetate 0.25 g, Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth subgallate 2.25 g, Balsam Peru 1.875 g, Bismuth oxide 0.875 g and Benzyl benzoate 1.25 g.
Other ingredients are: Magnesium stearate, cocoa butter, lanolin anhydrous, castor oil, kaolin light, calcium hydrogen phosphate and petroleum jelly white.
Adults and children aged 18 years and older, apply to the affected area(s) at night, in the morning, and after each evacuation up to a maximum of 4 times daily.
Tips & Advice
Piles can be caused by straining from constipation. Keeping well hydrated, exercised and eating lots of fruit and veg can help with these symptoms.