Anugesic is a topical haemorrhoid treatment from Pfizer which contains a local anaesthetic to relieve the itching and discomfort of piles, as well as a corticosteroid to fight inflammation.
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Anugesic HC is a treatment for haemorrhoids, also known as piles, which is available as a topical cream.
The medicine contains a corticosteroid, to reduce the inflammation, and a local anaesthetic to soothe the itching and discomfort of piles.
Haemorrhoids, commonly called Piles, are swollen lumps filled which blood which develop inside and around the anus. It is possible to be unaware of the condition, but they can cause a number of unpleasant symptoms including:
Diagnosis of haemorrhoids is usually made based upon the physical symptoms alone. For suspected internal haemorrhoids, your GP may request a physical internal examination of your rectum or refer you to a colorectal specialist.
If it is the first time you are experiencing haemorrhoids, or if you experience any rectal bleeding, you should see your doctor as soon as possible.
The cause of haemorrhoids is often associated with excessive pressure exerted upon the blood vessels surrounding the blood vessels. There are a number of factors which contribute to the development of haemorrhoids, including:
There are a number of ways you can prevent piles, including drinking plenty of water, eating a healthy and balanced diet enriched with fibre, and exercising regularly.
Anugesic HC contains a corticosteroid, called hydrocortisone, and a local anaesthetic called pramocaine hydrochloride.
The corticosteroid, hydrocortisone, reduces inflammation at the site of application by preventing cells from producing inflammatory chemicals. By preventing this immune response, the inflamed blood vessels return to their normal size.
Pramocaine hydrochloride is a local anaesthetic which prevents pain signals from being sent to the brain. This numbs the area, relieving the pain and discomfort of haemorrhoids.
Together, they reduce the swelling and itching of piles.
Anugesic HC cream can be used to treat both external and internal piles, using the provided plastic applicator nozzle.
You should use Anugesic HC cream once in the morning, once in the evening, and after each bowel movement.
Always remember to wash your hands before and after each application of Anugesic HC.
Always wash the nozzle after each use in hot soapy water.
All medicines carry the potential of causing unwanted side effects, though not everyone experiences them. Being aware and vigilant of the side effects your treatment poses is vital to your health. If you are concerned about any of the side effects or have any questions regarding your condition or treatment, speak to your GP.
The most common side effect of Anugesic HC cream is a burning, itching or stinging sensation which is felt around the site of application, especially if applied to broken skin. This side effect tends to be mild and goes away after a short time.
Using Anugesic HC cream for more than 7 days can be harmful. Overuse can cause the skin to thin, develop a striped appearance or impact the blood vessels beneath the skin.
If you notice any side effects, whether they are listed here or in the patient information leaflet, report them to your doctor.
If you experience the signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction, stop using Anugesic HC and seek immediate medical attention.
Symptoms of an allergic reaction include:
Anugesic HC is not suitable for everyone. Do not use this treatment if you:
In order to determine whether Anugesic HC is suitable for you, please inform your doctor if any of the following apply to you:
Do not dispose of medicine in household waste or wastewater.
If you have medicine you no longer need, take it to your local pharmacy to dispose of safely.
Always keep medicine out of the sight and reach of children.
While it is unlikely that alcohol will interact with the medicine, you should avoid alcoholic and caffeinated beverages while undergoing treatment for haemorrhoids.
Alcohol and caffeine can have a diuretic effect, which reduces the amount of fluid in the body. This can increase the viscosity of faecal matter which may result in constipation, making it more difficult or painful to defecate.
You should avoid or limit your alcohol consumption while being treated for piles.
There is insufficient evidence to validate the safety of Anugesic HC while pregnant or breastfeeding. Because of this, the risks posed to an unborn child are not known. If you are pregnant, intend on becoming pregnant or breastfeeding, you should speak to your doctor for further advice.
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