Anusol HC Suppositories

Treat the pain and itching associated with haemorrhoids by using Anusol HC suppositories. This medication contains ingredients that help reduce the swelling and other symptoms, it contains a steroid which makes it stronger than the Anusol suppositories. Browse through the article below to learn about its active ingredient, proper use, precautions and side effects.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Anusol HC? 

Anusol HC is used to treat minor pain, swelling, itching, and discomfort caused by haemorrhoids and other problems of the anal area such as anal fissures, and itching.

How does Anusol HC work?

Anusol HC suppositories contain Hydrocortisone, a corticosteroid or a synthetic steroid used as an anti-inflammatory and antipruritic agent.

This corticosteroid works by reducing the inflammation in the affected area, thus relieving the swelling, itching, and discomfort caused by haemorrhoids and other conditions in the anal area.

What are the benefits of using Anusol HC? 

Using Anusol HC is beneficial in alleviating the pain, swelling, itching, and discomfort caused by haemorrhoids and other conditions of the anal area. This medication effectively reduces the swelling, pain, and itching in the anal area.

Wnat To Know More About Anusol Suppositories?

Refer to the instructions given to you by your doctor when you use this product. Also, before starting treatment, take time to read the patient information leaflet that comes with the medication package.

Wash the anal area first and gently dry with a towel. Make sure to wash your hands before taking out the plastic cover from the suppository. Insert into the anus, and secure it enough that it doesn’t fall out. Don’t forget to wash your hands again.

The Anusol suppository simply melts once inserted in the anus. Repeat the same process when administering the next dose. These suppositories are not intended to be taken orally. Never take them by mouth as they are specially designed to be inserted into the rectum.

Anusol HC dosage

The usual dose of Anusol HC is one suppository tablet to be inserted to the anus in the morning, at night and after each bowel movement, or as advised by your doctor.

It is not recommended to exceed 3 suppository tablets per day.  Also, you should not use the medication for more than 7 consecutive days unless prescribed by a doctor.

Anusol HC, like other medications, has the potential to cause some unwanted side effects, however, not everybody who uses this medication will experience the side effects.

You may get some redness, itching, or burning at the application site. If these effects persist or worsen, report it to your doctor or pharmacist right away.

If you notice any serious side effects such as rectal bleeding, skin redness or tenderness, a change in skin appearance, or any other signs of infection, consult your doctor immediately.

It is very uncommon for this medication to be absorbed into the bloodstream, which can lead to side effects of too many corticosteroids. However, such side effects can still happen to people and children who have been using this medicine for a long time. Report to your doctor if you observe any of the following side effects:

  • Weight loss
  • Headaches
  • Unusual or extreme tiredness
  • Vision problems
  • Swelling ankles or feet
  • Increased thirst or urination

Also, immediately report to your doctor if you experience rare but very serious side effects, such as a serious infection.

Anusol HC rarely has the potential to cause very serious allergic reactions. Seek urgent medical help if you experience the following:

  • Rash
  • Severe dizziness
  • Itching
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Swelling or itching of the face, tongue, or throat

Contact your doctor if you notice any other side effects that can be related to your use of this product.

Before starting your treatment with Anusol HC, inform your doctor if you have an allergy to hydrocortisone, any of the inactive ingredients of this medicine, or if you have other allergies.

Discuss your medical history with your doctor before starting the use of Anusol HC, especially if you have a history of diabetes, infections, eye problems, stomach or intestinal problems, or liver disease.

Taking a corticosteroid medication, such as Anusol HC, for a long time, may make it difficult for your body to respond to physical stress. Thus, if you’re scheduled for surgery or emergency treatment, inform your healthcare professional that you have been using a corticosteroid.

Be cautious when using this product in children. Do not use this product over a large area and then use tight-fitting diapers or plastic pants unless instructed by your doctor.

This medication may influence the growth of a child and slow it down when used for a long time, although this rarely happens. The medicine’s effect on final adult height is still unknown.

Anusol HC and Pregnancy

This medication is not advised for use during pregnancy. Anusol HC must only be prescribed during pregnancy if extremely necessary. If you are prescribed to use this product during pregnancy, make sure not to use it for long periods or in large amounts. Ask your doctor about the benefits and risks of using this product during pregnancy.

It is not known if Anusol HC passes into breast milk. Seek advice from your doctor and ask about the benefits and risks of using this medication if you are a lactating mother.

Anusol HC and other Medications

Drugs may interact with each other and influence the effectiveness or increase the risk of side effects. Before you start using this medication, discuss with your doctor the list of all medications you are currently taking so that he can check for any unsafe combination with Anusol HC.

Keeping your stools soft for easy elimination is one of the best ways to prevent haemorrhoids. Other tips for preventing haemorrhoids  and reducing their symptoms include the following:

  • Increase intake of high-fibre foods as this will soften the stool which will help you avoid the straining during elimination. Slowly add fibre to your diet to avoid having stomach gas issues.
  • Drink as much as six to eight glasses of water and other liquids each day to help keep stools soft.
  • Get enough of the recommended amount of fibre which is 20 to 30 grams a day, by considering over-the-counter fibre supplements, such as psyllium (Metamucil) or methylcellulose (Citrucel). This may help improve overall symptoms and bleeding from haemorrhoids. If you use fibre supplements, ensure you drink more fluids or at least eight glasses every day. Otherwise, the supplements can cause or worsen constipation.
  • Don’t push too much when trying to pass stool as it puts a lot of pressure in the veins in the lower rectum.
  • Pass stool as soon as you feel the urge. Holding causes dry, difficult-to-pass stools.
  • Stay active to prevent constipation and decrease the pressure on veins, which can occur with long periods of standing or sitting.
  • Avoid long periods of sitting. Staying seated for too long, especially on the toilet, can raise the pressure on the veins in the anus.

You can safely buy Anusol HC or Anusol HC Plus suppositories at True Medical. Online consultation with a medical doctor is necessary to get a valid prescription for this medicine before your order is supplied. This is done to ensure that Anusol HC is the right medication for your medical condition. You may choose next day delivery for your order to receive it the following day.