Borraginol Rectal Suppository - 10 pcs. Anti Anal Fissure (anus wounds)
What are Borraginol rectal suppositories for anal fissures?
Borraginol rectal suppositories for anal fissures are designed for the treatment of fissures located mainly in the lower part of the rectum within a very short period of time. They work effectively for both internal and external haemorrhoids, haemorrhoidal bleeding, anal and perineal wounds, anal prolapse and fistula medicine. Borraginol rectal suppositories remove irritation and pain, stop bleeding and heal anal fissures completely. They work in four directions, have four effects, and each of those supports adjacent directions, thereby providing a quick effect in treatment of hemorrhoids and anal fissures:
- The treatment removes and stops the inflammatory processes of the rectum, allowing the tissues to recover,
- Medicine stops bleeding, heals wounds and thereby accelerates the healing of anal fissures,
- Borraginol rectal suppositories have a strong effect of pain relief, painkillers, which are part of Borraginol treatment, act on the cause of pain smoothing it,
- The treatment normalizes and restores healthy blood circulation in the affected area, ensuring rapid healing and reducing the risk of recurrence of painful symptoms.
Borraginol rectal suppositories have a complex composition. Glycyrrhizin reduces inflammation and relieves the increased tone of the sphincter. Allantoin stops bleeding from cracks and stimulates active tissue repair. Lidocaine quickly relieves pain and relieves itchy symptoms. Vitamin E improves blood circulation. Typically the full recovery is reached within 4-7 days. Borraginol is also available as cream type, two types can be combined together.
Active principles: glycyrrhizin, allantoin, lidocaine, vitamin E.
Amount: 10 pcs
Maker: Amato Pharmaceutical Products, Ltd., Osaka, Japan
Indications: anal fissures treatment
How to use
Open the package and gently insert the suppository in the rectum fully. Avoid active movements within 30 minutes after insertion. Use 1-2 times day.
Contraindications: do not use for children under 15 years old. Breastfeeding mothers should consult with their doctor before use. Pregnant women cannot use this medicine and should opt for Borraginol cream instead.
If the suppositories are too soft, cool them in the fridge. If the suppositories are too hard, warm them in the hands before use.
Keep in cool dry place out of reach of children.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patients needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.