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|1 tube (30g)||£16.99|
More information about Anugesic HC
Anugesic HC is used to effectively relieve the symptoms associated with haemorrhoids, more commonly known as piles. Administered in the form of a 30g topical cream, it can be used by men and women over the age of 18 who are currently dealing with the uncomfortable symptoms of haemorrhoids, as well as other skin irritations in the anal region. This treatment should be applied twice a day, after bowel movements.
Anugesic HC cream contains various ingredients that work together to treat and reduce the symptoms of haemorrhoids. One of the main ingredients is pramocaine hydrochloride, a local anaesthetic that works almost straight away to block pain impulses from the affected area. While the pramocaine provides relief from symptoms, another active ingredient hydrocortisone prevents the release of chemicals that causes inflammation of the haemorrhoids.
The other ingredients such as benzyl benzoate, bismuth oxide, peru balsam and zinc oxide in Anugesic HC have an analgesic and antiseptic effect on the areas where it's applied, which also helps blood vessels narrow and lowers the risk of infection and irritation.
Anugesic HC works three ways to provide relief from the painful symptoms of haemorrhoids. This includes pain and itching, particularly after a bowel movement, and also reduces the risk of infections. In addition to this, these treatments also aid healing by reducing swelling of blood vessels in the rectum, along with changes to your diet as well.
Anugesic-HC cream contains benzyl benzoazte (1.2%), bismuth oxide (0.875%), hydrocortisone acetate (0.5%), Peru balsam (1.85%), pramocaine hydrochloride (1%), zinc oxide and (12.35%). Anugesic-HC suppositories contain buff, benzyl benzoate 33mg, bismuth oxide 24mg, bismuth subgallate 59m, hydrocortisone acetate 5mg, Peru balsam 4mg, pramocaine hydrochloride 27mg, and zinc oxide 296mg.
Anugesic HC cream comes in a tube and can be bought from HealthExpress in a dosage of 30g. Usage is simple and more details can be found in the attached patient information leaflet when you buy the treatment, or at the bottom of the page.
You should speak to a doctor if your symptoms have not improved within seven days of use.
Most people (male and female) can safely use this medication to treat haemorrhoids and the itching associated with this condition. Before deciding to buy Anugesic HC cream, it is important that you consider the precautions associated with this product.
When filling in your online consultation, you should make sure that you mention if you are currently taking any other medications, you are experiencing rectal bleeding that has not been diagnosed as piles by your doctor, or if you are pregnant or thinking of falling pregnant.
Side effects are very rare with Anugesic, as it's normally only recommended for a short period of time and not ingested. Potential side effects of this treatment may include:
If you do start to experience anything more serious while using this treatment, or the above mentioned side effects become persistent or bothersome, you should ask a medical professional for advice.
Anugesic HC is available to order online from HealthExpress. Simply start a quick, free, and easy online consultation. This will be checked by one of our doctors. If you are approved for this treatment, you'll be able to select the medication and complete the order. Your treatment will then be dispensed directly from our pharmacy for free delivery to your door via our next day delivery service.
|Product name||Anugesic HC|
|Active ingredient(s)||benzyl benzoate, bismuth oxide, bismuth subgallate, hydrocortisone acetate, peru balsam, pramocaine hydrochloride and zinc oxide|
|Availability||Out of stock|
|Description||Anugesic HC is an effective treatment for haemorrhoids that works to reduce the uncomfortable symptoms of the condition|
|Exemption||Subject to medical prescription|
|Application||Men and women over 18 with haemorrhoids|
|Usage||Apply twice a day after bowel movements|
|Drug class||Local anaesthetics and steroids|
|Alcohol consumption||No influence|
|Breastfeeding/pregnancy||Caution is recommended, ask your doctor|
Note: Decisions about treatment are for both the prescriber and the person to jointly consider during the consultation. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber’s.