Anusol Plus HC Suppositories (12)
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- Helps Relieve Haemorrhoids
Anusol cream, ointment and suppositories are used to help reduce the discomfort associated with minor anal and rectal conditions such as Piles (haemorrhoids).
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The difference between Anusol Suppositories and Anusol HC Suppositories are the two additional active ingredients contained in Anusol HC Suppositories.
Anusol Suppositories are designed to be used for internal piles, helping to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation. The two extra ingredients in Anusol HC Suppositories are called Benzyl Peroxide and hydrocortisone acetate, a steroid that reduces inflammation.
Unlike Anusol cream or ointment, Anusol Suppositories are inserted directly inside the anus, providing relief from piles.
Anusol HC Suppositories
To reduce the risk of getting piles or reduce the need for Anusol HC Suppositories, 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
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How To Use Anusol Suppositories
The following will be a video guide on how to use Anusol Suppositories. If you experience any side effects, discontinue use and inform your doctor accordingly.
How to use Anusol Suppositories
The how to use peak flow meter video is provided by Howcast. In the how to use anusol suppositories video a colourful animation displays the correct way to insert suppositories.
If you are hard of hearing or the video simply doesn’t work, a written guide on how to use anusol suppositories can be found below or in the information leaflet included with your purchase.
How Long Do Anusol Suppositories Take To Work
How long do Anusol Suppositories take to work?
You should avoid having a bowel movement for at least one hour or so, allowing Anusol Plus HC Suppositories time to work.
Haemorrhoids typically take five to seven days before it beings to shrink and become less painful. The size of the haemorrhoid and individual application of the medication can affect the results. People will also sometimes forget to apply their Anusol HC Suppositories, making the healing process longer.
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Anusol Plus HC Suppositories
Anusol Plus HC Suppositories are suitable for the majority of people but a few shouldn’t use it. You should not use Anusol Plus HC Suppositories 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 Plus HC Suppositories.
Anusol Suppositories Dosage
The following Anusol Suppositories Dosage is the general recommended dosage and may change depending on prescription and your doctor’s advice. You should always follow the exact advice your doctor has given you regarding Anusol Suppositories dosage.
Recommended Anusol Suppositories Dosage for Adults and the Elderly
- Insert one of the Anusol Suppositories into the anus far enough so that it doesn’t slip out, at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.
- Anusol Suppositories should not be taken orally
- Do not use more than three Anus Plus HC Suppositories a day
- Do not use Anusol Plus HC Suppositories for more than seven consecutive days
Anusol Suppositories Side Effects
Like with all medicine, Anusol Suppositories Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Anusol Suppositories 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 Suppositories Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken an Anusol Plus HC Suppositories. For a full list, please refer to the patient information leaflet.
- Hypersensitivity reactions, such as a rash
- Burning, redness, irritation or pain can occur upon application
If you experience any side effects that aren’t listed here, please use the yellow card scheme to report it.
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Why are Anusol Suppositories unavailable?
Current stock levels may be affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. My Pharmacy currently have all of our Anusol range currently in stock and available to purchase.
Anusol HC Suppository Ingredients
The following are Anusol HC Suppository 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.
Other Anusol HC Suppository Ingredients: Kaolin light, suppocire BS2 pastilles (hard fat)
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Anusol Suppositories How To Use
This is a step by step guide on “Anusol Suppositories How To Use”. The information leaflet included with your purchase will also have a guide to help you further understand what to do.
- Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using this medicine.
- Remove the plastic cover from the suppository before use
- Wash our hands before and after using Anusol Plus Suppositories
- The Anusol Plus Suppositories should melt after insertion
If you have any further questions or are confused about “Anusol Suppositories How to Use”, watch the video above for a more visual guide or speak to your doctor.
Piles (haemorrhoids) are lumps inside and around your bottom (anus). They often get better on their own after a few days. There are things you can do to treat and prevent piles.
Symptoms of piles include:
-bright red blood after you poo
-an itchy anus
-feeling like you still need to poo after going to the toilet
-slimy mucus in your underwear or on toilet paper after wiping your bottom
-lumps around your anus
-pain around your anus
How you can treat or prevent piles
-drink lots of fluid and eat plenty of fibre to keep your poo soft
-wipe your bottom with damp toilet paper
-take paracetamol if piles hurt
-take a warm bath to ease itching and pain
-use an ice pack wrapped in a towel to ease discomfort
-gently push a pile back inside
-keep your bottom clean and dry
-cut down on alcohol and caffeine (like tea, coffee and cola) to avoid constipation
-do not wipe your bottom too hard after you poo
-do not ignore the urge to poo
-do not push too hard when pooing
-do not take painkillers that contain codeine, because they cause constipation
-do not take ibuprofen if your piles are bleeding
-do not spend more time than you need to on the toilet
Non-urgent advice: See a GP if:
there’s no improvement after 7 days of treatment at home
you keep getting piles
Your GP may prescribe stronger medicines for haemorrhoids or constipation.
What causes piles?
Piles are swollen blood vessels. It’s not clear what causes them.
Things that make piles more likely:
pushing too hard when pooing
pregnancy – read about piles during pregnancy
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
If you experience the following, stop using the medicine and talk to your doctor:
Rare: may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people
■ Hypersensitivity reactions (such as rash). Other effects which may occur but it is
unknown how often:
■ Burning, redness, irritation, itching, or pain may occur on application. This does not usually last a long time, so if this lasts longer than a few days, tell your doctor.
■ Blurred vision
For the patient information leaflet