Germaloids Cream is an effective treatment for both internal and external haemorrhoids (piles). The medication contains two active ingredients to soothe and protect the area around the anus. Since it is a cream-based treatment, it acts as an emollient to aid stool passing while reducing any strains during bowel movements.
It is used to relieve the painful symptoms, swelling, and irritation caused by piles, as well as reducing swelling.
The two active ingredients in Germoloids Cream, zinc oxide and lidocaine, work together to soothe and relieve the symptoms of haemorrhoids. When applied to the skin they reduce swelling, numb sensation around the anus, and reduce pain or discomfort.
Some of the primary features of this medication include:
Germoloids Cream contains two active ingredients namely, Zinc oxide and Lidocaine. Zinc oxide has astringent properties, hence on application to the skin, it starts to cause contractions to shrink the swelling due to haemorrhoids. This ingredient is also known to soothe and protect the anal area from further damage by injecting mild antiseptic properties.
Lidocaine, on the other hand, being a local anaesthetic helps to soothe the pain, swelling, and irritation related to haemorrhoids. It also overcomes itching and since it is a cream-based medication, it helps to pass stools by reducing the straining during bowel movement.
Haemorrhoids can give rise to a lot of pain and discomfort when going to the toilet. The primary advantage of treating them with Germoloids cream is that you can get rid of such discomforts easily and quickly and numb any pain or irritation. It works at soothing the area around the anus.
For optimum results, you need to apply the cream to the affected area at least twice a day. Make sure to maintain a gap of 3 to 4 hours minimum between each application.
You can make any additional applications at any time of the day, particularly after a bowel movement. But with extra applications, make sure that you do not use the cream more than 4 times in a single day.
For adults and children aged 12 years and above, the below-mentioned steps are to be followed when applying the medication:
Every medication should be used as per the instructions by a doctor or as mentioned on the patient information leaflet. Below are some key facts about Germoloids cream that you should keep in mind:
Follow the guidelines below to use the medicated cream safely. Do not use the medication if you are:
You should not swallow the cream. If accidentally swallowed, go to the nearest emergency department. Similar to other medications, Germoloids cream can cause side effects. However, not every person who uses it will necessarily face them. In case you notice any pain or irritation when using the medication, or suffer from something abnormal, discontinue using the cream immediately and follow up with your doctor.
You can place your order for Germoloids online pharmacies such as MedsNow to ensure that you receive only reliable and safe products. Since this is a prescription-only medication, you will have to take online consultation. That will ensure that this medicine is the ideal remedy for you. Post the results of the consultation, your order will be dispatched and delivered discreetly to your doorstep.
Store the cream under a temperature of 25 degrees and in its original carton. Keep it away from the sight and reach of children and pets and discard the product if it has passed its expiry date.
Can you use Germoloids when pregnant?
It is recommended to talk to a doctor before beginning to use Germoloids when pregnant and breastfeeding.
How long does it take for Germoloids to work?
When applied twice a daily it starts to overcome the symptoms within a week.
How to apply Germoloids cream?
For external haemorrhoids, simply apply the cream to the affected area whereas you will need to use the applicator nozzle for internal haemorrhoids.
How long can you use Germoloids cream?
Use the cream for a week and then talk to your doctor before continuing.
Where can I buy Germolene?
You can buy the medication online with MedsNow or from your local pharmacies.
What's better Germoloids or Anusol?
Both are ideal recommendations to treat haemorrhoids. However, your choice of treatment will be determined by the severity of your symptoms. So, make sure you talk to your doctor about the same.
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