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Anusol HC Ointment 30g

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  • Helps To Relieve Swelling, Itching & Irritation
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Anusol HC ointment relieve the symptoms of haemorrhoids and anal itching. The ointment treats both internal and external haemorrhoids, while the suppositories are only for internal haemorrhoids or itching.

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Anusol HC Ointment

The difference between Anusol Cream and Anusol  HC Ointment are the way they are designed to be applied to active haemorrhoids.

Anusol HC Ointments are designed to be used for internal piles and external piles, helping to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation. The ingredients in Anusol HC Ointment are called Benzyl Benzoate and hydrocortisone acetate, a steroid that reduces inflammation.

Anusol HC Ointment are can be externally applied whenever you need relief. However, the relief provided by Anusol HC ointment isn’t as long-lasting as a suppository. A suppository breaks down more slowly, allowing the medication to be released over a period of time.

Anusol Ointment

When choosing between Anusol Ointment and Anusol HC Ointment 30g your doctor may decide based on how uncomfortable your symptoms are or where your piles are located. Generally, Anusol ointment is for external use and Anusol HC Ointment 30 g can be used for both external and internal haemorrhoids.

Piles (Haemorrhoids) – NHS Website

Anusol HC Ointment 30g

To reduce the risk of getting piles or reduce the need for Anusol HC Ointment 30g, you can make changes to your lifestyle and diet to keep your bowels work regularly. As well as helping prevent future problems, the following advice can also help the recovery from piles.

  • Eat a high fibre diet
  • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables and salads
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Reduce the amount of salty, fatty or sugary foods you eat
  • Reduce the amount of alcohol, tea and coffee you drink
  • Exercise regularly

Anusol Ointment 30 g

Anusol Ointment 30 g are suitable for the majority of people but a few shouldn’t use it. You should not use Anusol Ointment 30 g if…

  • You are allergic to Anusol or any of the other ingredients of this medicine
  • You are suffering from fungal, viral or bacterial skin sores

If any of these apply to you, seek advice from a pharmacist or doctor before using Anusol HC Ointment.

Anusol HC Ointment Ingredients

The following are Anusol HC Ointment ingredients –

Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation.

Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas such as skin.

Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.

Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties.

List of excipient Anusol HC Ointment Ingredients: Kaolin light, Magnesium stearate, castor oil, cocoa butter, lanolin anhydrous, petroleum jelly white, calcium hydrogen phosphate.

If you are allergic to any of the above Anus HC Ointment Ingredients, do not use this medication.

Anusol HC Ointment Pil

Every purchase of Anusol HC Ointment will include an Anusol HC Ointment Pil (Patient information leaflet). This contains everything you need to know about the medication, including what it is, the ingredients it contains, possible side effects and how to use it.

If for some reason your purchase doesn’t include an Anusol HC Ointment Pil (Patient information leaflet) you download and print one of for yourself by clicking the link below.

Anusol HC Ointment 30g – Patient Information Leaflet PDF

Anusol HC Ointment Spc

Anusol HC Ointment Spc (Summary of Product Characteristics) can be found via this link or inside the product box.

The Anusol HC Ointment Spc will contain common questions about Anusol Ointment it does not however contain all of the available information. It should not be used for advice in place of your doctor’s instructions.

For further information that isn’t contained in the Anusol HC Ointment Spc, contact your doctor or pharmacist.

Anusol HC Ointment Boots

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Anusol HC Ointment Pregnancy

Anusol HC Ointment Pregnancy should only be used during pregnancy if your doctor has advised you to. This medication can be used if breastfeeding.

If you have any questions about Anusol HC Ointment Pregnancy you should ask your doctor or pharmacist.

Can You Use Anusol Ointment Whilst Pregnant

Can you use Anusol Ointment whilst pregnant?

It’s recommended that you don’t use Anusol Ointment during pregnancy.

According to the British National Formulary the manufacturer advises that you avoid using this medication during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Anusol Ointment Side Effects

Like with all medicine, Anusol Ointment Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Anusol Ointment side effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.

Below is a list of Anusol Ointment Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken an Anusol HC Ointment. For a full list, please refer to the patient information leaflet.

Rare

  • Hypersensitivity reactions, such as skin rash.

Unknown Frequency

  • Burning, redness, irritation, itching, or pain may occur when applying the ointment. This should not last long, if this lasts for more than a few days, tell your doctor.
  • Blurred vision.

If you experience any Anusol Ointment side effects that aren’t listed here, please report it via the Yellow Card scheme.

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Which One Best Anusol HC Ointment

Which one best Anusol HC Ointment or Anusol ointment?

Depending on the severity of your haemorrhoids, your doctor may prescribe one or the other. Anusol ointment doesn’t contain a steroid, but Anusol HC Ointment does. The steroid helps relieve any inflammation caused by a mucus leaking haemorrhoid.

The skin surrounding haemorrhoids can become inflamed to due to the leaking of mucus. If this mucus touches the surrounding skin, it can cause burning and itching known as pruritis ani.