The drug "Relief" (ointment), the price of which beginsfrom 245 rubles, refers to antihemorrhoids. As part of the medication, shark liver oil is present. This component has an immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, wound-healing, local hemostatic effect. Phenylephrine hydrochloride, another active substance of the drug, is a vasoconstrictor compound of the adrenomimetic group. On the basis of local use, the component reduces vascular clearance, thus normalizing the balance between outflow from the nodes and blood filling in the hemorrhoidal tissue. This activity eliminates itching, exudative phenomena, serous discharge, puffiness in hemorrhoids and other pathologies in the anorectal zone.
The preparation "Relief" (reviews of specialiststestify to this) is effective in anal fissures, hemorrhoids (external and internal localization), anal itching. The drug is recommended for erosions or microtrauma in the anus. Thanks to anti-inflammatory, wound healing, styptic and soothing properties, the Relief ointment (the doctors' testimonials confirm this information) can be used as a symptomatic means for eliminating discomfort, burning and other unpleasant sensations accompanying the pathology of the perianal zone and rectal area.
Ointment "Relief" (reviews of doctors warn aboutthis) should be used after emptying and hygiene procedures. To alleviate the symptoms and obtain a stable therapeutic result, you should use the medication regularly. For the convenience of liniment application to the affected area, a special applicator should be used. A small amount of a drug treats the outer region of the anorectal zone or is inserted inside the anus. The recommended frequency of use is at least four times a day. It is desirable to perform the treatment in the mornings, in the evening hours and after each emptying. After use, the applicator should be rinsed with warm running water, dried and placed under a protective cap.
Ointment "Relief" (reviews of patients indicatethis) with the recommendations of doctors is well tolerated. Rarely, an allergic reaction is likely due to hypersensitivity. In the case of a significant excess of the dosage of the drug, the probability of hypercoagulable appears.
No ointment "Relief" is prescribed (doctors' reviewswarn about this) with thromboembolic disease, granulocytopenia, intolerance of the components of the medication. During pregnancy and when feeding, therapy is recommended in the presence of life indications, after assessing the likely risk and the perceived benefits to the health of the fetus, mother or baby.
In practice there are no cases recordedoverdose. When using the drug, care should be taken not to penetrate the mouth or eyes. The drug is not recommended simultaneously with MAO inhibitors.