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Dr. Neigatha Graney
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Anusol (Overview)

Anusol is a skin-related agent.


Dr. Neigatha Graney
40 doctors shared insights

Anusol (Overview)

Anusol is a skin-related agent.


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Prescribed 3 weeks anusol for external hemorrhoids, how long before i notice it really start to work? I've had them persisting for about 2 years.

Prescribed 3 weeks anusol for external hemorrhoids, how long before i notice it really start to work? I've had them persisting for about 2 years.

Diet and exercise: Hemorrhoids are enlarged veins in the rectal area. Anusol only for relief of itching and pain, not a cure for hemorrhoids. Eating a balanced diet, rich in fiber, together with plenty of fluids, softens the stool and increases its bulk, which will help you avoid the straining that can cause hemorrhoids or worsen symptoms from existing hemorrhoids. In addition, exercise can help with bowel movement. ...Read more

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Have you ever used anusol under your eyes for puffiness?

Have you ever used anusol under your eyes for puffiness?

Eye treatment: The old remedy you are describing is that of Preparation H applied to bags under the eyes. it reportedly reduces swelling. Be sure you use only an unopen package not preveiously used! ...Read more

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Changed diet, increased fluids, less straining. Now I have 2-3 weeks anusol for external hemorrhoids.Is this usually an effective cure? Im a gay male, so i need enough success to resume sex. Suggestions?

Changed diet, increased fluids, less straining. Now I have 2-3 weeks anusol for external hemorrhoids.Is this usually an effective cure? Im a gay male, so i need enough success to resume sex. Suggestions?

That should work: Increasing fluids use of stool softeners to ease passage of stool, and suppositories like anusol usually work well for hemorrhoids. Very rarely do I need to send a patient to surgery for treatment. ...Read more

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Have tried Preperation H , Anusol, sudocrem nothing works - I need pain relief from anal fissure ASAP! In so much pain! My doc was rubbish?

GI or Procto Dr.: You may need a GI or Procto Dr. The anal fissure, depending on the size of it, needs to heal. Pain meds may be needed and it is recommended to have stools that are regular and at the least NOT constipated to allow the area to heal without stretching as much. A Colo-rectal dr (or proctologist) and/or GI may be better than the rubbish dr. you saw, as the anal fissures are literally a Pain in the A. ...Read more

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