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Anusol Plus Ointment 10.75/0.25% Anusol Plus Ointment

Anusol Plus Ointment

 
 

Anusol Plus Ointment Product Description

Anusol Plus Ointment is used in the treatment of symptoms such as itching, swelling, or discomfort caused by different rectal conditions such as hemorrhoids. What makes Anusol Plus Ointment different is that it numbs the pain associated with hemorrhoids almost instantly.Keep Anusol Plus Ointment at room temperature and away from the influence of heat or moisture. Anusol Plus Ointment should be used as directed by your doctor. Generally, you should wash and dry the rectal area. Use the restroom before putting on the medication as it is best to not use the bathroom for at least two to three hours after applying the medication. Then apply a small amount of the Anusol Plus Ointment to the area that is needing relief. Using an applicator (comes with medication) also apply the medication into the rectum. Make sure to wash your hands before and after applying the ointment. Also, wash the applicator after use.If you have any known allergies to ingredients of Anusol Plus Ointment do not use it. Also, make sure that your doctor is aware of your medical history and of the medications you are currently taking. If you have had heart failure, tuberculosis, kidney disease, diabetes, or any type of infection consult with your doctor in regards to Anusol HC being right for you. Not all health conditions that impact this medication were mentioned so make sure your doctor is fully aware of your condition. Before using Anusol Plus Ointment, inform you doctor of any health problems that you have. For those it may concern, make sure to tell your doctor if you are pregnant or are planning to be. Also, do not get it in your eyes or mouth. Do not get a vaccine when using Anusol Plus Ointment. The ointment will not allow the vaccine to work as it should.Some serious side effects include allergic reactions such as getting hives, trouble breathing, or swelling up. Other serious side effects include: weakness, sudden weight gain, rectal pain, burning sensations, bleeding, and severe headaches. Some common side effects of Anusol Plus Ointment include: mild rectal pain, increased perspiration, greater growth of facial hair, and acneOther: None.

How should Anusol Plus Ointment be stored?

Keep Anusol Plus Ointment at room temperature and away from the influence of heat or moisture.

How should I take Anusol Plus Ointment?

Anusol Plus Ointment should be used as directed by your doctor. Generally, you should wash and dry the rectal area. Use the restroom before putting on the medication as it is best to not use the bathroom for at least two to three hours after applying the medication. Then apply a small amount of the Anusol Plus Ointment to the area that is needing relief. Using an applicator (comes with medication) also apply the medication into the rectum. Make sure to wash your hands before and after applying the ointment. Also, wash the applicator after use.

When should Anusol Plus Ointment not be taken?

If you have any known allergies to ingredients of Anusol Plus Ointment do not use it. Also, make sure that your doctor is aware of your medical history and of the medications you are currently taking. If you have had heart failure, tuberculosis, kidney disease, diabetes, or any type of infection consult with your doctor in regards to Anusol HC being right for you. Not all health conditions that impact this medication were mentioned so make sure your doctor is fully aware of your condition.

What precautions should I follow when taking Anusol Plus Ointment?

Before using Anusol Plus Ointment, inform you doctor of any health problems that you have. For those it may concern, make sure to tell your doctor if you are pregnant or are planning to be. Also, do not get it in your eyes or mouth.

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Anusol Plus Ointment?

Do not get a vaccine when using Anusol Plus Ointment. The ointment will not allow the vaccine to work as it should.

What are the side effects of Anusol Plus Ointment?

Some serious side effects include allergic reactions such as getting hives, trouble breathing, or swelling up. Other serious side effects include: weakness, sudden weight gain, rectal pain, burning sensations, bleeding, and severe headaches.

Some common side effects of Anusol Plus Ointment include: mild rectal pain, increased perspiration, greater growth of facial hair, and acne

Other: None.

 
 
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