Anal Sex/Pile Pains
- Used to treat Piles (haemorrhoids). Inflammation of the rectum (proctitis). Itching around the back passage (pruritus ani). Tear in the lining of the back passage (anal fissure).
- Wash your hands thoroughly before and after applying this medicine.
- Anusol cream, ointment and suppositories should be used after the bowels have been emptied.
- The area around the anus should be thoroughly washed and dried before using this preparation.
- Anusol cream and ointment can both be used internally or externally for the anal area.
- For application into the back passage, a nozzle provided with the cream should be screwed on to the tube.
- The nozzle should then be gently inserted in to the rectum and a small amount of cream/ointment squeezed out.
- The nozzle should be withdrawn slowly.
- The nozzle should be thoroughly cleaned after each use.
- Anusol preparations should be used in the morning, at night and after each bowel movement.
- This medicine is not recommended for children and adolescents under 18 years old.
- For the long lasting treatment of stubborn pile or hemorrhoids
- It stops pain, bleeding and inflammation association with pile or hemorrhoids
- It is mild, non-irritative, free from side effects
- Take 3 tablets 3 times a day