Hemoal pomada rectal 50 g
To treat hemorrhoids ointment containing ephedrine to reduce them and benzocaine to relieve pain, burning or itching that produce
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WHAT HEMOAL IS AND WHAT IT IS USED FOR
It is a local anesthetic due to the action of benzocaine and a vasoconstrictor due to the action of ephedrine.
It is indicated in the symptomatic relief of pain, itching or stinging associated with hemorrhoids in adults.
How to use Hemoal
Always use this medicine exactly as your doctor or pharmacist has told you. If in doubt, consult your doctor or pharmacist again.
This medicine is applied rectally or cutaneous use.
Personal hygiene is essential to control hemorrhoidal symptoms. Therefore, the area should be kept clean, for which it is recommended to wash it especially after each defecation, with a little mild soap and dry it, without rubbing, with a clean towel.
Apply a thin layer of ointment on the clean and dry affected area, in the morning, at night and after each defecation.
Generally 3-4 times a day.
To use it inside the anal canal, remove the protection from the cannula, screw it on the tube, lubricate it with a little ointment and carefully insert it into the anal canal. Then apply a small amount of the ointment by applying light pressure to the tube. If resistance is found at the time of application, it must be discontinued as it can be harmful.
After application, unscrew the cannula from the tube and wash it before storing.
Wash hands before and after each application. For hygiene reasons and to avoid infection, the cannula should be used only by a single patient.
The treatment should not last more than 7 days. If anorectal symptoms (pain, itching, stinging) do not improve during this time or bleeding occurs, you should consult your doctor.
Over 65 years and weakened patients: they should reduce the dose, see "Use in over 65 years and weakened patients"
If you use more Hemoal than you should:
If you have used more Hemoal than you should, ask your doctor or pharmacist or the Toxicology Information Service. Telephone 91 562.04.20 indicating the medication and the amount applied.
Symptoms that can appear from overdose are anxiety, nervousness, palpitations and headache.
If you forget to use Hemoal:
Do not apply a double dose to make up for a missed dose.
If you have any further questions on the use of this product, ask your doctor or pharmacist.