To treat hemorrhoids it can be a good idea to use Scheriproct. This is a remedy that can treat both external and internal hemorrhoids. Due to the different active substances, it works just as well in the short term as in the long term. It is important to know how to approach this. The correct application method can promote healing and resolve symptoms more quickly. This means that relief can also be felt in the short term. Also pay attention to the correct application method.
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Side effects and Scheriproct
How to store Scheriproct?
To use Scheriproct optimally, it must be stored properly. This means that it must be kept at room temperature. So don't put it in the refrigerator. However, be careful that it actually concerns room temperature. If the ointment is left in the sun it may become too warm. This must therefore be prevented. The product must also be prevented from being within the reach of children. Therefore, place it high up so that they cannot reach it. This could be on a shelf or cupboard, for example.
- Scheriproct 0.005: ointment 1.9 mg prednisolone and 5 mg cinchocaine – 1 Tube – € 63.71
- Scheriproct Suppos.1.3 mg/1 mg: suppository 1.3 mg prednisolone and 1 mg cinchocaine – 12 Tablets – €66.44
Interaction of Scheriproct with other medicines
In principle, there is no interaction between Scheriproct and other medications. This has not been determined previously. This does not mean that this is impossible. It is always smart to inform a doctor of current or recent use of other medications. This can help prevent problems.
Other medications for hemorrhoids:
- Proctofoam HC