For relief of pain and itching of hemorrhoids and anal fissure (rectal bleeding)
Apply the following amount directly on the affected area, or spread on gauze, etc. and keep gauze on the affected area.
|Age||One dose||Daily dose|
|Adult (15 years or over)||Appropriate amount||Once to three times|
|Under 15 years||Do not use.|
How to apply the ointment
Take out the amount of ointment required to cover the affected area using your clean finger and apply it directly, or spread on gauze, etc. and keep gauze on the affected area.
When the ointment is hard and difficult to push out
In case the ointment gets hard because of cold season or storage at low temperature, hold the tube in hands and warm it to make it soft.
In 1 g
|Relieves local pain and itching||Lidocaine||30mg|
|Relieves inflammation||Glycyrrhetinic acid||15mg|
|Helps in recovery of wounds and repairs tissues||Allantoin||10mg|
|Improves peripheral blood circulation and helps in improving congestion||Vitamin E acetate
White petrolatum, medium chain triglycerides, glycerin monostearate
(If you do not follow the precautions listed below, your current symptoms may worsen and you may be at an increased risk of side effects.)
The following persons should not use this medicine:
Persons who have had allergies to this medicine or ingredients of this medicine
|Skin||Rashes, redness, itching, swelling|
**Registered salesperson: person who has the license to sell OTC medicines except Category 1.
Eat balanced meals three times a day to have better bowel movements.
Keep your anal clean at all times. In particular, taking a bath improves blood circulation of the anus.
Do not push forcefully during a bowel movement.