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Germoloids Suppositories are used to relieve the symptoms of pain, swelling and irritation associated with internal haemorrhoids and anal itching (pruritus ani).
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Germoloids Suppositories is used to relieve the symptoms of pain, swelling and irritation associated with internal and external haemorrhoids and anal itching.
Each tube of Germoloids Suppositories contains two active substances, zinc oxide and lidocaine. Zinc oxide 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 Germoloids Suppositories base acts as an emollient to help the passing of stools and reduce straining during bowel movement which is bad haemorrhoids.
Do Germoloids Suppositories Work?
A common question we see online is “Do Germoloids Suppositories work?”
Yes, as long as they are used correctly and for the correct amount of time. Medication designed for rectal suppositories usually work quickly due to melting inside the body, being absorbed directly into the bloodstream.
There are plenty of reviews that can be found online about certain suppositories and germoloids suppositories, with the overwhelming majority saying that they work wonderfully, providing quick relief.
If you have any further questions relating to “Do Germoloids Suppositories work?” please speak to your doctor or pharmacist about which medication would be best for you.
How To Use Germoloids Suppositories
Follow the directions below in order to know how to use Germoloids Suppositories correctly. Remember to wash your hands before and after using a suppository. The suppositories are only for use inside the anus.
Adults & children aged 12 years and over:
- Gently clean and dry the area around the anus.
- Tear down on the perforation to remove one suppository from the strip.
- Peel apart the blister to remove the suppository.
- Insert the suppository into the anus (round end first).
Insert one suppository into the anus when you go to bed at night and one in the morning, preferably after a bowel movement. If necessary the suppositories may be used at any time during the day, with a minimum of 3 to 4 hours between suppositories. Do not use more than 4 suppositories in any 24 hour period.
If you’re struggling with following the ‘How to use Germoloids Suppositories’ section, please speak to your doctor or pharmacist for further advice.
It is possible to use this medication and incorrectly use it. Do not put the suppositories in your mouth or swallow it. Contact the nearest A&E if a suppository is swallowed accidently.
Germoloids Suppositories How Long Does It Take?
You should avoid having a bowel movement for at least one hour or so, allowing Germoloids Suppositories For Piles time to work.
For people wondering “Germoloids Suppositories How Long Does It Take?” 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. Some people will also sometimes forget to apply their Germoloids Suppositories, making the healing process longer.
Other frequently asked questions such as “Germoloids Suppositories How Long Does It Take?” can be found below –
- Does Germoloids contain anaesthetic?
- Yes, one of Germoloids active ingredients is lidocaine hydrochloride, which is fast acting local anaesthetic.
- What is Zinc Oxide?
- Zinc oxide has astringent properties, which help to reduce painful swelling and shrink the haemorrhoids. It also has antiseptic properties which help to protect the skin on the bottom from infection.
- Is Germoloids suitable for vegans?
- Germoloids Ointment is not suitable for vegans, as it contains lanolin which is a type of fat derived from sheep’s wool.
Germoloids Suppositories For Piles
Germoloids Suppositories For Piles aims 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 Germoloids Suppositories 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
Germoloids Suppositories Side Effects
Like all medicines, Germoloids Suppositories Side Effects can occur, but not everyone will experience them. Rarely, you may experience increased local irritation after inserting the suppository.
If you experience these Germoloids Suppositories Side Effects, stop using this product and tell your doctor or pharmacist immediately.
Experiencing any other Germoloids Suppositories Side Effects that aren’t listed in the patient information leaflet should be reported to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist immediately.
Germoloids Suppositories Or Cream?
Are you struggling to choose between Germoloids Suppositories or Cream?
Suppositories can provide the best relief from discomfort and pain caused by internal haemorrhoids. They are a particularly good option, or rather one of the last, best options when ointment, creams or medicated wipes don’t provide enough relief.
There is no difference in the Germoloids Suppositories or Cream format and it’s up to a person’s personal preference which one they choose to use. Always make sure to read the label and follow the instructions carefully.
Germoloids Or Anusol Suppositories?
Struggling to decide between Germoloids or Anusol suppositories?
Most of the branded haemorrhoid suppositories come under either Germoloids or Anusol suppositories. Anusol suppositories contain a steroid called hydrocortisone, whilst Germoloids suppositories contain lidocaine.
There are both 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 Germoloids or Anusol suppositories, and would like further elaboration on which would be best, speak to your doctor.
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