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Skin gel to relieve heavy legs in adults with varicose veins and to reabsorb hematomas, relieve pain and reduce inflammation in shock, sprains, strains and bruises
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WHAT IS Reparil GEL
Feparil gel is a gel medicine containing two active ingredients:
- Escin: Compound phlebotonic reducing edema and improves hemodynamics.
- Diethylamine Salicylate: Compound salicylic acid derivative with analgesic and antiinflammatory properties.
Feparil gel has 2 indications:
- Relief heavy legs in patients with varicose veins.
- Reabsorption of hematomas, pain relief and reducing inflammation in: shock, sprains, bruises and sprains.
- Active ingredient: Escina (10 mg per gram of gel).
- Active principle: diethylamine salicylate (50 mg per gram of gel).
- Excipients: Macrogol 6 glycerol Caprilocaprato, polyacrylic acid, trometamol, disodium edetate, isopropyl alcohol, orange oil, lavender oil and water.
WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
Check with your doctor before taking this medicine if:
- If you are allergic to salicylate diethylamine, to escin, to aspirin, other NSAIDs or any other part of this gel.
- If you suffer from dermatitis, rashes or eczema on the skin.
- If you are currently being treated with any other medications.
Do not apply Feparil gel on wounds, mucous membranes or irritated skin areas.
Avoid contact of this medicine with eyes, mouth and ears.
Do not apply any other topical medication in the same area of application where you are using Feparil gel.
This medicine is for use in patients older than 7 years.
PREGNANCY AND BREASTFEEDING
Mujereres pregnant or breastfeeding should consult their doctor before using this medicine.
- Adults and children from 7 years: Apply a thin layer of gel Feparil over the area of skin to be treated 2 or 3 times a day performing a gentle massage to facilitate absorption.
- Children under 7 years: Do not apply unless medically indicated.
Do not apply gel Feparil in large areas of the skin.
They should wash their hands after each application.
If symptoms do not improve after 5 days of treatment you should consult your doctor.
Registered adverse effects have appeared infrequently and typically involve mild disorders that cause application site skin irritation with erythema.
These side effects usually subside when treatment is stopped.
Overdose or accidental ingestion
In these cases as soon as possible go to a medical center or call the Toxicology Information Service: 915 620 420
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