Relief (phenylephrine hydrochloride) rectal suppositories №12


External and internal hemorrhoids, cracks in the anus, erosion and microtrauma of the anus, anal itching.



Composition Relief
The active substance is phenylephrine hydrochloride.

Release form
The relief is made in the form of rectal suppositories.

Relief is used for diseases of the rectum and anus. The drug is used in the treatment of acute and chronic hemorrhoids, accompanied by severe bleeding. It is prescribed for cracks and inflammatory processes in the anus and surrounding tissues. The drug helps to eliminate itching and pain in the anus. Relief in the form of rectal suppositories is used to relieve intense pain and itching in the perineal region during the treatment of hemorrhoids and constipation.

The use of the drug Relief is contraindicated in the treatment of patients with individual intolerance to its components, children under twelve years of age, pregnant and lactating. In addition, the drug is not prescribed for patients with diabetes mellitus, tuberculosis and Itsenko-Cushing’s syndrome.
Care should be taken when prescribing the drug to patients with arterial hypertension, osteoporosis, decreased immune status and cardiovascular pathologies that are associated with heart rhythm disturbances.

Application during pregnancy and lactation
In the treatment of pregnant and lactating women, the use of Relief is possible only as prescribed by a doctor and in the presence of strict indications.

Method of administration and dosage

When using Relief in the form of suppositories, the candle should be carefully removed from the packaging and inserted into the rectum with its round end. Suppositories are administered in the morning and evening, as well as after each act of bowel movement.

The use of Relief is possible only after carrying out hygiene procedures. Achieve a stable therapeutic effect is possible only with the systematic use of the drug.

Overdose cases when using Relief have not been reported. There is no data on the toxic effects of the drug when administered rectally.

Side effects
In some cases, when Relief was used in therapeutic doses, the development of allergic reactions was observed, accompanied by itching, swelling and redness at the sites of application of the drug.
If you experience any unusual reactions while using the ointment or rectal suppositories, it is recommended that you inform your doctor immediately.

Storage conditions and periods
It is recommended to store the relief in a cool place out of the reach of children and protected from light. Shelf life is 2 years.