Anodesyn Suppositories – 12 Suppositories
- Effective Treatment For Haemorrhoids
- Easy Application
- Relieves Pain Associated With Haemorrhoids
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This product relieves the pain and irritation of piles. They contain lidocaine, a local anaesthetic, to relieve the pain and allantoin to heal the affected area.
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Anodesyn Suppositories are used to relieve the symptoms of pain, swelling and irritation associated with internal and external haemorrhoids and anal itching.
Each packet of Anodesyn Suppositories contains two active substances, allantoin and lidocaine. Allantoin has astringent properties (causes contraction when applied to the skin), which help to shrink swelling. It also helps to soothe and protect the area around the anus from damage and has mild antiseptic properties. Lidocaine is a local anaesthetic, which helps to soothe swelling, pain and irritation and relieve itching.
The Anodesyn Suppositories base acts as an emollient to help the passing of stools and reduce straining during bowel movement which is bad haemorrhoids.
Anodesyn Suppositories aim to relieve and heal the lumps inside and around the anus, called haemorrhoids.
Signs and symptoms of haemorrhoids include:
- Bright red blood after having a poo
- Itchy anus
- Feeling as though you still need to poo after going to the toilet
- Slimy mucus on toilet paper or in underwear after wiping the bottom
- Pain and lumps around the anus.
As well as recommending Anodesyn for piles, a pharmacist may be able to recommend other treatment options. Some of these could include:
- Creams to ease the pain, itching and swelling
- Medication that softens stool to help constipation
- Cold packs to ease discomfort
The following are cautions and guidance’s from the Anodesyn BNF. Anodesyn BNF guidance states that:
- Systemic absorption can follow topical application of lidocaine, the possibility of interactions should be borne in mind.
- Crosses the placenta but not known to be harmful in animal studies—use if benefit outweighs risk.
- When used as a local anaesthetic, large doses can cause fetal bradycardia.
Further information can be found on the Anodesyn BNF page (British National Formulary), including further interactions and cautions.
Anodesyn Tablets have never been manufactured. Anodesyn currently only produces a 25g ointment and suppositories intended for haemorrhoid treatment and relief.
As far as My Pharmacy is concerned, there is currently no record of Anodesyn Tablets ever existing. Haemorrhoid treatment usually comes in the form of a cream, ointment or suppository.
Before you use Anodesyn Medicine Suppositories, do not use the medicine if you have…
- An allergy to any of the ingredients.
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you have…
- Persistent pain or bleeding from the anus especially if your bowel habits have changed.
- A swollen stomach.
- Lost weight without dieting.
Using Anodesyn Medicine whilst pregnant or breastfeeding…
- Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using this medicine if you are pregnant, might be pregnant or are breastfeeding. If used while breastfeeding, lidocaine, one of the active ingredient can be absorbed and pass into breast milk.
One of the main Anodesyn Uses is the treatment of haemorrhoids (piles). Some of the tell-tale signs and symptoms include:
- Bright red blood after you poo.
- Feeling like you still need to poo after just going to the toilet.
- An itchy anus.
- Slimy mucus in underwear or on toilet paper directly after wiping your bottom.
- Lumps or pain in and around the anal area.
There are two different types of haemorrhoids, internal and external.
Internal haemorrhoids occur deeper inside the bottom and as such don’t cause as much pain or discomfort. However, they will still likely bleed at some point causing you concern.
Internal Haemorrhoids have a class category depending on the severity:
- First degree – the piles may bleed but don’t protrude from the anus.
- Second degree – the piles come out after a bowel movement but go back inside on their own.
- Third degree – the piles come out and don’t go back inside unless pushed in.
- Fourth degree – they always come out, are very painful and can’t be pushed back in.
External haemorrhoids on the other hand can be extremely sensitive and painful if they occur close to the skin surrounding the anus. If they are prolapsed, they may be able to be felt as bulges near the bottom when going to the toilet.
Approximately 75% of people will experience haemorrhoids at some point in their life and often more than once. So if you’re currently suffering, or have suffered from piles in the past, it’s good to know there is treatment out there, especially being one of the main Anodesyn Uses.
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Is Anodesyn Better Than Anusol?
A common question we often see online is “Is Anodesyn better than Anusol?”
Most of the branded haemorrhoid suppositories come under either Germoloids, Anusol or Anodesyn. Anusol suppositories contain a steroid called hydrocortisone, whilst Germoloids suppositories contain lidocaine, and Anodesyn contains both lidocaine and allantoin.
There are all adequate treatment for haemorrhoids, but suppositories aren’t for everyone, and diarrhoea may be experienced after using them. If you are concerned about any of the ingredients in any of the different brands, and would like further elaboration on which would be best, speak to your doctor.
Further questions such as “Is Anodesyn better than Anusol?” can asked via email and out customer support team will gladly answer any queries you may have.
When choosing between Anodesyn Cream and Anodesyn Ointment it’s important to know that both have the same active ingredients and proportions. However, Anodesyn Ointment is thinner than the ointment, with some people finding it easier to apply. The Anodesyn cream is reported to feel more like a moisturiser.
When deciding between Anodesyn Ointment vs cream your doctor will take a look at the condition of your skin. They’ll be looking for signs of dry, scaly skin or moist and weepy areas. Depending on their diagnosis, Anodesyn Ointment or cream are intended for different skin ‘textures’. The cream is used on skin that is particularly moist and weepy, whereas the ointment has a more greasy makeup, making it great for dry scaly areas.