Anusol Natural Cream - 30g

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Anusol Natural Cream - 30g
  • Anusol Natural Cream - 30g
  • Anusol Natural Cream - 30g
  • Anusol Natural Cream - 30g
  • Anusol Natural Cream - 30g
  • Anusol Natural Cream - 30g
  • Anusol Natural Cream - 30g
  • Anusol Natural Cream - 30g
  • Anusol Natural Cream - 30g

Anusol Natural Cream - 30g

Anusol
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Anusol Natural Cream - 30g

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What is Anusol Natural Cream

AnuSol natural cream contains a rich combination of natural ingredients, including cooling Menthol, comforting Witch Hazel, and soothing organic Aloe Vera and Calendula. The unique formulation is designed to provide instant cooling relief from discomfort caused by anal itching.

Fast & Effective

  • Alcohol-Free
  • Rapidly absorbed & instant cooling
  • Soothes irritation & itching
  • Helps bring comfort
  • Non-sticky & does not leave stains
  • Vegan friendly

Clinically and Dermatologically Tested

Paraben free.

How to use Anusol Natural Cream

After gentle cleansing and drying, apply freely to the external affected anal area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement, and whenever you feel itching or discomfort.

Suitable for: Adults, children from 12 years, and during pregnancy & breast-feeding.

What does Anusol Natural Cream contain

Witch Hazel Water, Calendula Extract, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Ginger Extract, Menthol.

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Standard Shipping: £2.89
Free Shipping: Available on orders over £40.

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  • Additional customs duties or taxes may apply for international shipments depending on the recipient country's regulations. Customers are advised to check local customs regulations before placing an order.
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    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

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    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    For external and internal piles, Cream can be used. If internal haemorrhoids are the problem, Suppositories deliver a measured dose to the affected area.

    How to apply Anusol Cream

    Anusol Cream is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the cream into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the cream should be gently applied to the affected area.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Cream should be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Cream contain?

    The active substances are per 100g: Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth oxide 2.14 g, Balsam peru 1.8 g.

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    What is Preparation H Clear Gel

    Preparation H Clear Gel combines natural witch hazel extract and soothing, moisturising ingredients in a clear gel base. It can be effective against the pain, irritation and itching of piles. The non-greasy gel format is easy to apply and is suitable for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

    How to use Preparation H Clear Gel

    Apply freely to affected skin whenever you feel discomfort.

    Keep using for a few days after skin discomfort has been relieved to obtain the best results.

    If skin irritation persists or returns regularly, consult a healthcare professional for further advice.

    Suitable for: Adults, children aged 12 years and over, pregnant and breastfeeding women.

    FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.

    What does Preparation H Clear Gel contain

    Hamamelis Virginiana Distillate, Aqua, Propylene Glycol, Alcohol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sodium Citrate, Methylparaben, Disodium EDTA, Propylparaben, Citric Acid

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    What is Anusol Ointment?

    Anusol Ointment is a medicine which is used to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other minor ano-rectal conditions such as anal itching and fissures. It can be used post-operatively following ano-rectal surgery.

    Anusol Ointment has a vanishing base formulation which means it is rapidly absorbed. The ointment can also provide lubrication when used with suppositories. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide is an astringent which soothes and protects raw areas and helps reduce swelling. It also acts as an antiseptic.
    • Balsam Peru which is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Bismuth oxide which is astringent and antiseptic and also protects raw, irritated areas around the anal area.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to apply Anusol Ointment

    Anusol Ointment is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the ointment into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the ointment should be gently applied to the affected area.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Ointment should be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Ointment contain?

    The active substances are per 100g: Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth oxide 0.875 g, Balsam peru 1.8 g.

    £3.64
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    What are Durex Thin Feel Condoms

    We understand that sex should feel good. For a deep connection and intimate contact, Durex Thin Feel condoms help maximise sensitivity for you and your partner whilst maintaining the same high level of protection.

    Each easy-on condom provides a solid barrier to sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy — but not to your sexual pleasure!

    So wherever you are and whoever you're with, find your best fit and enjoy the pleasure of real sex with Durex. 

    Remember, no method of contraception works 100% against pregnancy, HIV or sexually transmitted infections. It's good to be in the know, so read the info inside, mainly if you use condoms for anal or oral sex.

    • Pre-lubricated with silicone lube
    • Easy-on shape with nominal width: 56mm
    • Durex quality: 100% electronically tested with five more quality tests carried out on every batch

    Please note condom packaging may vary.

    How to use Durex Condoms 

    • Before you get going, Before you use this condom, check the expiry date on the condom wrapper. If the individual container is damaged, throw that one away and use a new one from an entire package. 
    • Put a condom on before the penis touches the other person. This helps to prevent pregnancy and the possibility of catching sexually transmitted infections during vaginal, anal or oral sex.
    • With the roll outside, squeeze the teat and place the condom on the tip of the erect penis.
    • Roll down to the base. Stop and check if you feel the condom slipping off or too tight on the penis because this might lead to breakage. 
    • It would be best if you took the condom off soon after ejaculation. Hold the condom firmly at the base of the penis before pulling it out.
    • Throw it into a bin. Don't flush down the toilet.
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    What are Vitabiotics Ultra Krill Oil Capsules 

    A superior source of Omega-3 which has a greater level of absorption in the body compared to standard omega 3 found in fish oils, with no unpleasant fishy odour, taste or aftertaste. From the UK’s No.1 vitamin company.

    • Health, brain and heart wellbeing - Provides a superior source of DHA and EPA (which your body doesn’t produce) to help maintain health and wellbeing, normal vision, brain function and normal function of the heart.
    • Omeag 3 - DHA helps to maintain normal vision† and brain† function
    • Omega 3 - Source of EPA & DHA - Which contribute to the normal function of the heart
    • No fishy taste or odour
    • Super Strength - Formulated by Vitabiotics experts
    • Premium Quality - British Pharmacopeia grade material and GMP quality control
    • From the UK's No.1 vitamin company

    How to use Vitabiotics Ultra Krill Oil Capsules 

    ONE OR TWO CAPSULES PER DAY WITH YOUR MAIN MEAL

    One or two capsules per day with your mail meal. Swallow with water or a cold drink. Not to be chewed. Do not exceed the recommended intake. Ultra Red Krill Oil should only be taken on a full stomach.

    • No fishy taste
    • No reflux
    • No odour
    • High concentration of Phospholipids for superior absorption
    • High quality source of EPA and DHA
    • 100% PURE NATURAL ANTARCTIC KRILL OIL
    • Contains only pure Krill Oil, rather than Krill Oil combined with fish oil
    • Ultra Red Krill Oil is not tested on animals

    Food supplements must not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. As with other food supplements, consult your doctor or pharmacist before using if you are under medical supervision, pregnant, breast-feeding, have epilepsy, suffer from food allergies, or are allergic to any of the ingredients. 

    Not suitable for children. 

    This product contains Omega-3. Those taking anticoagulants (blood thinners) should consult their doctor before using this product. Made in a site that may handle nuts.

    Store below 25°C in a dry place, out of sight of children, protect from unlight and direct heat. 

    What does Vitabiotics Ultra Krill Oil Capsules contian

    Lipid Extract from the crustacean Antarctic Krill Euphausia superba (from Crustacean), Capsule Shell (Pharmaceutical Grade Gelatin [Halal Bovine Source], Glycerin, Vanilla flavouring). Allergy Advice: For allergens, see ingredients in bold.

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    What is Anusol Plus HC Ointment?

    Anusol Plus HC Ointment is a medicine which is used to reduce the symptoms of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids). It contains the following ingredients: 

    • Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation.
    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties.

    This medicine helps relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to apply Anusol Plus HC Ointment

    Anusol Plus HC Ointment is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the ointment into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the ointment should be applied using a gauze dressing.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Plus HC Ointment can be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Plus HC Ointment contain 

    The active substances are per 100 g: Hydrocortisone acetate 0.25 g, Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth subgallate 2.25 g, Balsam Peru 1.875 g, Bismuth oxide 0.875 g and Benzyl benzoate 1.25 g. 

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    Anusol Soothing Relief Suppositories help to relieve the swelling, itch, and irritation of internal piles (haemorrhoids) and anal itching. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation.
    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Soothing Relief Suppositories

    Anusol Soothing Relief Suppositories should be inserted into the anus

    • Wash anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using this medicine.
    • Remove plastic cover from the suppository before use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.
    • The suppository will melt after insertion.

    Adults and the elderly: Insert one suppository into the back passage (anus) far enough so that it doesn't slip out, at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What do Anusol Soothing Relief Suppositories contain

    The active substances per suppositories are: Hydrocortisone acetate 10 mg, Zinc oxide 296 mg, Bismuth subgallate 59mg, Balsam Peru 49 mg, Bismuth oxide 24 mg and Benzyl benzoate 33 mg.

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    How to use Preparation H Ointment

    For Internal Use:

    Wash your hands before and after. Try to empty your bowel and bladder just before use.

    Remove the protective cover from the applicator. Attach the applicator to the tube.

    Squeeze to fill the applicator with ointment.

    Lubricate the applicator well and gently insert the applicator into the rectum ½ inch.

    Squeeze the tube so that ointment is applied inside the rectum.

    Thoroughly cleanse the applicator after each use and replace the protective cover.

    Avoid having a bowel movement for one to three hours after inserting the ointment.

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    Wash it with warm water and gentle soap, then thoroughly rinse it with water.

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    Anusol Suppositories help to relieve the swelling, itch, and irritation of internal piles (haemorrhoids) and anal itching. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation.
    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Plus HC Suppositories

    Anusol Plus HC Suppositories should be inserted into the anus

    • Wash anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using this medicine.
    • Remove plastic cover from the suppository before use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.
    • The suppository will melt after insertion.

    Adults and the elderly: Insert one suppository into the back passage (anus) far enough so that it doesn't slip out, at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What do Anusol Plus HC Suppositories contain

    The active substances per suppositories are: Hydrocortisone acetate 10 mg, Zinc oxide 296 mg.

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    Anusol Suppositories help to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Suppositories

    Anusol Suppositories should be inserted into the anus

    • Wash anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using this medicine.
    • Remove plastic cover from the suppository before use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.
    • The suppository will melt after insertion.

    Adults and the elderly: Insert one suppository into the back passage (anus) far enough so that it doesn't slip out, at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What do Anusol Suppositories contain?

    The active substances are per 100 g: Zinc oxide 296 mg, Bismuth subgallate 59 mg, Balsam Peru 49 mg, Bismuth oxide 24 mg.

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    What is Anusol Cream?

    Anusol Cream is a medicine which is used to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other minor ano-rectal conditions such as anal itching and fissures. It can be used post-operatively following ano-rectal surgery.

    Anusol Cream has a vanishing base formulation which means it is rapidly absorbed. The cream can also provide lubrication when used with suppositories. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide is an astringent which soothes and protects raw areas and helps reduce swelling. It also acts as an antiseptic.
    • Balsam Peru which is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Bismuth oxide which is astringent and antiseptic and also protects raw, irritated areas around the anal area.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    For external and internal piles, Cream can be used. If internal haemorrhoids are the problem, Suppositories deliver a measured dose to the affected area.

    How to apply Anusol Cream

    Anusol Cream is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the cream into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the cream should be gently applied to the affected area.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Cream should be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Cream contain?

    The active substances are per 100g: Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth oxide 2.14 g, Balsam peru 1.8 g.

    £5.29
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    What is Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment?

    Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment is a medicine which is used to reduce the symptoms of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids). It contains the following ingredients: 

    • Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation. 
    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic and soothe and protect raw areas. 
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing. 
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties. 

    This medicine helps relieve the pain, swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment can be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    • Do not use more than 4 times a day.
    • Do not use for more than 7 consecutive days.

    What does Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment contain?

    The active substances are per 100 g:  Hydrocortisone acetate 0.25 g, Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth subgallate 2.25 g, Balsam Peru 1.875 g, Bismuth oxide 0.875 g and Benzyl benzoate 1.25 g. 

    £4.54
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    What is Preparation H Clear Gel

    Preparation H Clear Gel combines natural witch hazel extract and soothing, moisturising ingredients in a clear gel base. It can be effective against the pain, irritation and itching of piles. The non-greasy gel format is easy to apply and is suitable for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

    How to use Preparation H Clear Gel

    Apply freely to affected skin whenever you feel discomfort.

    Keep using for a few days after skin discomfort has been relieved to obtain the best results.

    If skin irritation persists or returns regularly, consult a healthcare professional for further advice.

    Suitable for: Adults, children aged 12 years and over, pregnant and breastfeeding women.

    FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.

    What does Preparation H Clear Gel contain

    Hamamelis Virginiana Distillate, Aqua, Propylene Glycol, Alcohol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sodium Citrate, Methylparaben, Disodium EDTA, Propylparaben, Citric Acid

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    What are Anusol Suppositories?

    Anusol Suppositories help to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Suppositories

    Anusol Suppositories should be inserted into the anus

    • Wash anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using this medicine.
    • Remove plastic cover from the suppository before use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.
    • The suppository will melt after insertion.

    Adults and the elderly: Insert one suppository into the back passage (anus) far enough so that it doesn't slip out, at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What do Anusol Suppositories contain?

    The active substances are per 100 g: Zinc oxide 296 mg, Bismuth subgallate 59 mg, Balsam Peru 49 mg, Bismuth oxide 24 mg.

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    What are Anusol Soothing and Cleansing Wipes?

    When you’re suffering from piles, maintaining good anal hygiene is essential, to help reduce itchiness and irritation. Not to mention that, when your bottom’s feeling extra-sensitive, loo-roll can feel a little rough!

    Clinically tested, Anusol Soothing & Cleansing wipes are based on a unique combination of natural ingredients, traditionally known for their soothing, hydrating and cooling properties which are:

    • Witch hazel extract
    • Aloe vera extract
    • Chamomile extract
    • Calendula extract.

    Designed to be used after a bowel movement, instead of regular toilet paper, as well as for cleansing the anal area before applying other Anusol products: cream, ointments or suppositories.

    Key facts about Anusol Soothing and Cleansing Wipes work

    New Anusol Soothing & Cleansing wipes are:

    • Flushable
    • Dermatologically & gynecologically tested
    • Hypoallergenic
    • Fragrance and alcohol free
    • Biodegradable

    The best way to use Anusol Soothing and Cleansing Wipes

    • Use after you’ve had a bowel movement, in place of regular toilet tissue.
    • Up to two wipes can be flushed at one time.
    • Be sure to reseal the pack to stop the wipes drying out.

    What do Anusol Soothing and Cleansing Wipes contain?

    Aqua, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Glycerin, Cocamidopropyl PG-Dimonium Chloride Phosphate, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Benzoic Acid, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate.

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    What is Califig Syrup of Figs with Fibre

    Califig contains real fruit extract of figs, providing a convenient and pleasant way to help maintain regularity.

    Seven Seas Califig Syrup of Figs is produced using natural ingredients and real fruit extracts to help maintain regularity for all the family. 

    • Contains real fruit extract of figs. 
    • Help to maintain regularity for all the family. 
    • Made using natural ingredients. 
    • Free from lactose, gluten, yeast and sugar.
    • Never tested on animals.
    • With Calcium to support digestion

    How to take Califig Syrup of Figs with Fibre

    Shake well before use. Use within 28 days of opening.

    Adults and elderly: 15-30ml (one to two tablespoonsful)

    Children age 3-6 years: 5-10ml (one to two teaspoonsful)

    Children age 6-15 years: 7.5 to 15ml (one and a half to three teaspoonfuls).

    Do not exceed the suggested daily intake.

    What does Califig Syrup of Figs with Fibre contain

    Water, Thickener: Sorbitol; Maltodextrin (25%w/v), Fig Extract (10% w/v), Colour: Ammonia Caramel; Flavours: Ginger Extract, Clove Oil, Peppermint Oil, Cassia Oil; Sodium Benzoate, Citric Monohydrate.

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    What is Anusol Cream?

    Anusol Cream is a medicine which is used to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other minor ano-rectal conditions such as anal itching and fissures. It can be used post-operatively following ano-rectal surgery.

    Anusol Cream has a vanishing base formulation which means it is rapidly absorbed. The cream can also provide lubrication when used with suppositories. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide is an astringent which soothes and protects raw areas and helps reduce swelling. It also acts as an antiseptic.
    • Balsam Peru which is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Bismuth oxide which is astringent and antiseptic and also protects raw, irritated areas around the anal area.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    For external and internal piles, Cream can be used. If internal haemorrhoids are the problem, Suppositories deliver a measured dose to the affected area.

    How to apply Anusol Cream

    Anusol Cream is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the cream into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the cream should be gently applied to the affected area.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Cream should be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Cream contain?

    The active substances are per 100g: Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth oxide 2.14 g, Balsam peru 1.8 g.

    £3.59
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    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Soothing Relief Suppositories

    Anusol Soothing Relief Suppositories should be inserted into the anus

    • Wash anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using this medicine.
    • Remove plastic cover from the suppository before use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.
    • The suppository will melt after insertion.

    Adults and the elderly: Insert one suppository into the back passage (anus) far enough so that it doesn't slip out, at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What do Anusol Soothing Relief Suppositories contain

    The active substances per suppositories are: Hydrocortisone acetate 10 mg, Zinc oxide 296 mg, Bismuth subgallate 59mg, Balsam Peru 49 mg, Bismuth oxide 24 mg and Benzyl benzoate 33 mg.

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    • Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation.
    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Plus HC Suppositories

    Anusol Plus HC Suppositories should be inserted into the anus

    • Wash anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using this medicine.
    • Remove plastic cover from the suppository before use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.
    • The suppository will melt after insertion.

    Adults and the elderly: Insert one suppository into the back passage (anus) far enough so that it doesn't slip out, at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What do Anusol Plus HC Suppositories contain

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    Anusol Ointment is a medicine which is used to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other minor ano-rectal conditions such as anal itching and fissures. It can be used post-operatively following ano-rectal surgery.

    Anusol Ointment has a vanishing base formulation which means it is rapidly absorbed. The ointment can also provide lubrication when used with suppositories. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide is an astringent which soothes and protects raw areas and helps reduce swelling. It also acts as an antiseptic.
    • Balsam Peru which is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Bismuth oxide which is astringent and antiseptic and also protects raw, irritated areas around the anal area.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
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    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to apply Anusol Ointment

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    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the ointment into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the ointment should be gently applied to the affected area.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Ointment should be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Ointment contain?

    The active substances are per 100g: Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth oxide 0.875 g, Balsam peru 1.8 g.

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    What is Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment?

    Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment is a medicine which is used to reduce the symptoms of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids). It contains the following ingredients: 

    • Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation. 
    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic and soothe and protect raw areas. 
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing. 
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties. 

    This medicine helps relieve the pain, swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment can be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    • Do not use more than 4 times a day.
    • Do not use for more than 7 consecutive days.

    What does Anusol Soothing Relief Ointment contain?

    The active substances are per 100 g:  Hydrocortisone acetate 0.25 g, Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth subgallate 2.25 g, Balsam Peru 1.875 g, Bismuth oxide 0.875 g and Benzyl benzoate 1.25 g. 

    £4.54
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    What is Anusol Cream?

    Anusol Cream is a medicine which is used to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other minor ano-rectal conditions such as anal itching and fissures. It can be used post-operatively following ano-rectal surgery.

    Anusol Cream has a vanishing base formulation which means it is rapidly absorbed. The cream can also provide lubrication when used with suppositories. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide is an astringent which soothes and protects raw areas and helps reduce swelling. It also acts as an antiseptic.
    • Balsam Peru which is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Bismuth oxide which is astringent and antiseptic and also protects raw, irritated areas around the anal area.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    For external and internal piles, Cream can be used. If internal haemorrhoids are the problem, Suppositories deliver a measured dose to the affected area.

    How to apply Anusol Cream

    Anusol Cream is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the cream into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the cream should be gently applied to the affected area.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Cream should be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Cream contain?

    The active substances are per 100g: Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth oxide 2.14 g, Balsam peru 1.8 g.

    £5.29
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    What are Anusol Suppositories?

    Anusol Suppositories help to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Suppositories

    Anusol Suppositories should be inserted into the anus

    • Wash anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using this medicine.
    • Remove plastic cover from the suppository before use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.
    • The suppository will melt after insertion.

    Adults and the elderly: Insert one suppository into the back passage (anus) far enough so that it doesn't slip out, at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What do Anusol Suppositories contain?

    The active substances are per 100 g: Zinc oxide 296 mg, Bismuth subgallate 59 mg, Balsam Peru 49 mg, Bismuth oxide 24 mg.

    £5.34
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    What is Anusol Plus HC Ointment?

    Anusol Plus HC Ointment is a medicine which is used to reduce the symptoms of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids). It contains the following ingredients: 

    • Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation.
    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties.

    This medicine helps relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to apply Anusol Plus HC Ointment

    Anusol Plus HC Ointment is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the ointment into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the ointment should be applied using a gauze dressing.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Plus HC Ointment can be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Plus HC Ointment contain?

    The active substances are per 100 g: Hydrocortisone acetate 0.25 g, Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth subgallate 2.25 g, Balsam Peru 1.875 g, Bismuth oxide 0.875 g and Benzyl benzoate 1.25 g. 

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    What is Anusol Cream?

    Anusol Cream is a medicine which is used to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other minor ano-rectal conditions such as anal itching and fissures. It can be used post-operatively following ano-rectal surgery.

    Anusol Cream has a vanishing base formulation which means it is rapidly absorbed. The cream can also provide lubrication when used with suppositories. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide is an astringent which soothes and protects raw areas and helps reduce swelling. It also acts as an antiseptic.
    • Balsam Peru which is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Bismuth oxide which is astringent and antiseptic and also protects raw, irritated areas around the anal area.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    For external and internal piles, Cream can be used. If internal haemorrhoids are the problem, Suppositories deliver a measured dose to the affected area.

    How to apply Anusol Cream

    Anusol Cream is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the cream into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the cream should be gently applied to the affected area.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Cream should be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Cream contain?

    The active substances are per 100g: Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth oxide 2.14 g, Balsam peru 1.8 g.

    £3.59
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  • Anusol Soothing & Cleansing Wipes - 30 Pack

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    What are Anusol Soothing and Cleansing Wipes?

    When you’re suffering from piles, maintaining good anal hygiene is essential, to help reduce itchiness and irritation. Not to mention that, when your bottom’s feeling extra-sensitive, loo-roll can feel a little rough!

    Clinically tested, Anusol Soothing & Cleansing wipes are based on a unique combination of natural ingredients, traditionally known for their soothing, hydrating and cooling properties which are:

    • Witch hazel extract
    • Aloe vera extract
    • Chamomile extract
    • Calendula extract.

    Designed to be used after a bowel movement, instead of regular toilet paper, as well as for cleansing the anal area before applying other Anusol products: cream, ointments or suppositories.

    Key facts about Anusol Soothing and Cleansing Wipes work

    New Anusol Soothing & Cleansing wipes are:

    • Flushable
    • Dermatologically & gynecologically tested
    • Hypoallergenic
    • Fragrance and alcohol free
    • Biodegradable

    The best way to use Anusol Soothing and Cleansing Wipes

    • Use after you’ve had a bowel movement, in place of regular toilet tissue.
    • Up to two wipes can be flushed at one time.
    • Be sure to reseal the pack to stop the wipes drying out.

    What do Anusol Soothing and Cleansing Wipes contain?

    Aqua, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Glycerin, Cocamidopropyl PG-Dimonium Chloride Phosphate, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Benzoic Acid, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate.

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    What are Anusol Suppositories?

    Anusol Suppositories help to relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching. It contains the following ingredients:

    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to use Anusol Suppositories

    Anusol Suppositories should be inserted into the anus

    • Wash anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using this medicine.
    • Remove plastic cover from the suppository before use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.
    • The suppository will melt after insertion.

    Adults and the elderly: Insert one suppository into the back passage (anus) far enough so that it doesn't slip out, at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What do Anusol Suppositories contain?

    The active substances are per 100 g: Zinc oxide 296 mg, Bismuth subgallate 59 mg, Balsam Peru 49 mg, Bismuth oxide 24 mg.

    £3.34
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  • Anusol Plus HC Ointment Haemorrhoids 4 Way Action 15g - 4 Pack

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    What is Anusol Plus HC Ointment?

    Anusol Plus HC Ointment is a medicine which is used to reduce the symptoms of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids). It contains the following ingredients: 

    • Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation.
    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties.

    This medicine helps relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to apply Anusol Plus HC Ointment

    Anusol Plus HC Ointment is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the ointment into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the ointment should be applied using a gauze dressing.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Plus HC Ointment can be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Plus HC Ointment contain?

    The active substances are per 100 g: Hydrocortisone acetate 0.25 g, Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth subgallate 2.25 g, Balsam Peru 1.875 g, Bismuth oxide 0.875 g and Benzyl benzoate 1.25 g. 

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    What is Anusol Plus HC Ointment?

    Anusol Plus HC Ointment is a medicine which is used to reduce the symptoms of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids). It contains the following ingredients: 

    • Hydrocortisone acetate is a mild steroid which helps reduce inflammation.
    • Zinc oxide and Bismuth salts are mildly astringent and antiseptic. They soothe and protect raw areas.
    • Balsam Peru is mildly antiseptic and has a protective action on sore areas and may help healing.
    • Benzyl benzoate has mild antiseptic properties.

    This medicine helps relieve the swelling, itch and irritation of internal and external piles (haemorrhoids) and other related conditions, such as anal itching.

    What are piles?

    Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen blood vessels which occur inside or outside the back passage (anus).

    Some people have piles without experiencing any symptoms, but sufferers may notice the following:

    • Bleeding: Although streaks of bright red blood on the toilet paper are not uncommon in people with piles, it may be a sign of a more serious condition and you should see your doctor to check this.
    • Swelling: The swollen blood vessels may be felt as a lump or blockage in the anus.
    • Pain, itching and irritation in the anal region.

    At least 40% of people suffer from piles at some time in their lives. However, many people are too embarrassed to seek advice or treatment and, as a result, experience unnecessary discomfort.

    Fortunately, there is much you can do to ease the situation and relieve the symptoms.

    What causes piles?

    Several factors can contribute to the development of piles:

    • The most common cause is straining during a bowel movement, usually because of constipation.
    • During pregnancy, the growing baby exerts increased pressure on the anal vessels, which can lead to piles.
    • Heredity: you may be more likely to develop piles if your family has a history of suffering.

    A Healthy Living Plan for Piles Sufferers

    You can reduce the risk of piles by following a healthy diet and lifestyle that helps to keep your bowels working regularly and prevents constipation. This can also help to speed recovery from piles.

    • Eat a high fibre diet including foods like brown rice, wholemeal bread, wholewheat pasta etc.
    • Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and salads.
    • Drink plenty of water.
    • Don't eat too much salty, fatty, or sugary foods such as crisps, burgers, and cakes.
    • Cut back on the amount of alcohol, tea, and coffee you drink.
    • Exercise regularly.

    A healthy diet and lifestyle will reduce the likelihood of constipation and encourage a regular bowel habit. Go to the toilet regularly and try to avoid straining. Leaning forward from the hips may help.

    How to apply Anusol Plus HC Ointment

    Anusol Plus HC Ointment is for topical use only, which means it is applied directly to the affected area.

    • Wash the anal area and dry gently with a soft towel before using the medicine.
    • There is a nozzle supplied with the product which can be used to apply the ointment into the back passage (anus).
    • For external piles - after washing and drying the affected area, the ointment should be applied using a gauze dressing.
    • For internal piles - after washing and drying the affected area, screw the nozzle provided onto the tube, remove the nozzle cap; insert the nozzle into the back passage and squeeze gently. Clean the nozzle after each use.
    • Wash your hands before and after using Anusol.

    Adults and the elderly: Anusol Plus HC Ointment can be applied sparingly to the affected area at night, in the morning and after each bowel movement.

    What does Anusol Plus HC Ointment contain?

    The active substances are per 100 g: Hydrocortisone acetate 0.25 g, Zinc oxide 10.75 g, Bismuth subgallate 2.25 g, Balsam Peru 1.875 g, Bismuth oxide 0.875 g and Benzyl benzoate 1.25 g. 

    £13.84
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