Ultraproct Ointment. Ultraproct® Suppositories. ®. (fluocortolone pivalate, fluocortolone hexanoate. and cinchocaine hydrochloride) called cinchocaine hydrochloride which is a local anaesthetic to. relieve pain. Ultraproct can be used for the short-term (5-7 days) relief of. inflammation, swelling, itching and soreness of piles.
Ultraproct is an ointment which can quickly and effectively relieve the symptoms of haemorrhoids (piles) and anal itching. It should be applied once the morning, once in the evening, and once after each time the bowels are opened. In some cases, it may be necessary to increase the dosage to four times per day.
Ultraproct Suppositories and Ointment Ultraproct is used to treat haemorrhoids. Haemorrhoids are also known as piles, and are swellings containing enlarged blood vessels found inside or around the rectum or anus. Ultraproct works to reduce the swelling and irritation caused by haemorrhoids.
1g of Ultraproct Ointment contains the active ingredients 0.92mg fluocortolone pivalate, 0.95mg fluocortolone hexanoate and 5mg cinchocaine hydrochloride. The other ingredients are polyethylene glycol 400 monoricinoleate, castor oil, hydrogenated castor oil, 2-octyldodecanol, citrus rose perfume oil.
Ultraproct is a short-term haemorrhoid (piles) treatment. It contains the active ingredients fluocortolone and cinchocaine. The medicine is available as an ointment or a suppository. The ointment is effective at treating both external and internal piles, while the suppository is only effective at treating internal piles.
Ultraproct ointment (Meadow Laboratories Ltd)
Ultraproct ointment and suppositories contain two active ingredients, cinchocaine (dibucaine hydrochloride) and fluocortolone. Cinchocaine is a type of medicine called a local anaesthetic. It works…
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Read the instructions in the leaflet that comes with the cream or ointment. Wash your hands before and afterwards. Squeeze the tube of cream or ointment and put a small amount on your finger. Apply the cream or ointment around the outside of your anus with your finger.