What is it for?
Anodesyn Suppositories are used for haemorrhoids (piles) - enlarged blood vessels which can be found in and around the intrarectal area (bottom). They don’t always cause discomfort, so can easily go unnoticed. However, symptoms that can be experienced include:
- bleeding after passing a stool.
- an itchy or painful anus.
- still feeling like you need to pass a stool after going to the toilet.
- lumps and swelling around the anus.
- mucus discharge after passing a stool.
Anodesyn Suppositories contains two active ingredients:
Lidocaine- a local anaesthetic which helps to relieve pain in the affected area.
Allantoin- helps with the healing process to clear the irritation caused by haemorrhoids.
How to use:
- wash your hands thoroughly before and after use.
- if necessary, empty the bowels before use.
- remove the protective film before use.
- insert the suppository as deep as possible into the rectum.
!!! CAUTION !!!
Anodesyn is not suitable for use by children under the age of 12. Anodesyn is for external use only. If you accidentally swallow Anodesyn, seek medical advice immediately. Do not use Anodesyn if you are allergic to wool fat or any of the other listed ingredients. Speak to your doctor before using Anodesyn if you have:
- symptoms that have not cleared up after using the ointment for 7 days.
- persistent pain or bleeding from your anus.
- a swollen stomach or loss of weight.
Active ingredients: Lidocaine hydrochloride monohydrate 10.25g, Allantoin 10.25g
Also contains: colloidal silicone dioxide, witepsol, purified water.