Included in the review of analgesic suppository for hemorrhoids have the following contraindications to the use:
Anestezol - individual hypersensitivity to amide anesthetics, age to 18 years.
Anusol, Suppositories with belladonna, Betiol - prostatic adenoma, dysuria, thyrotoxicosis, chronic heart failure, ischemic heart disease, atrial fibrillation and tachycardia, hypertension, intestinal atony, progressive autoimmune muscle weakness (myasthenia gravis), acute bleeding, glaucoma, age up to 14 years. The use of drugs with belladonna extract requires caution in the management of vehicles and mechanisms.
Proctosan Neo - atopic dermatitis, tuberculosis, syphilis, age under 18 years.
Proctoglivenol - individual sensitivity to components, age to 18 years.
Doloproct - shingles, tuberculosis, syphilis, children and adolescence.
Use of anesthetizing suppositories for hemorrhoids during pregnancy:
Anusole and Proctosan Neo are contraindicated.
Proctoglivenol and Doloproct are prohibited in the first trimester, in II and III are prescribed in cases where the expected benefit to the mother is higher than the potential risk to the fetus.
Anestezol, Suppositories with belladonna, Betiol - exclusively for the doctor's prescription, taking into account the likely risks for the unborn child.
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