Scheriproct treatment is an effective medication used for the relief of painful and uncomfortable symptoms caused by haemorrhoids (piles).
Using the active ingredients cinchocaine and prednisolone, a local anaesthetic and an anti inflammatory substance, it works by reducing swelling and relieving pain.
- Proven treatment of haemorrhoids
- Alleviates symptoms including soreness, itching and irritation
- Available in the form of an ointment
- Uses active ingredients cinchocaine (0.5%) and prednisolone (0.19%)
Free consultation with all orders (no prior-prescription required)
What are the benefits?
Scheriproct is available in the form of an ointment and is used for the relief of the uncomfortable and irritating symptoms of piles (haemorrhoids), such as anal itching, anal bleeding, swelling and soreness. This treatment can be used to treat both external haemorrhoids and internal haemorrhoids.
What does Scheriproct contain?
Scheriproct ointment contains cinchocaine (dibucaine) hydrochloride (0.5%) and prednisolone hexanoate (0.19%).
How does it work?
Scheriproct ointment uses the active ingredients cinchocaine and prednisolone, which work together to alleviate the distressing symptoms caused by piles. Cinchocaine works as a local anaesthetic, numbing the affected area and subsequently relieving pain and irritation. Prednisolone is effectively a steroid and reduces inflammation of the piles, preventing swelling and itching.
Who cannot use Scheriproct?
This medication is not suitable if you are allergic to any of its ingredients or likewise if you are allergic to local anaesthetics. If you have or are suffering from another infection, be it viral, bacterial or fungal, then you should not use this medication. Do not use Scheriproct if you are pregnant, thinking about pregnancy or are breastfeeding.
How do you use Scheriproct?
It is very important that you wash your hands before and after using treatment. You should also wash and dry the infected area prior to applying the treatment. When using the ointment for external or internal treatment, apply the ointment on the affected area twice daily for five to seven days (three to four times on the first day if necessary). When symptoms have cleared, apply the ointment once daily for a few days.
What are the side effects?
As with most medications there may be side effects when taking this medication, although not every person will get them. The most commonly reported side effects with this medication include thinning of the skin and allergic skin reactions. Side effects are usually minor if they do occur, but if you experience anything more serious you should seek further medical advice.
How do I buy this medication?
Scheriproct is available to buy at euroClinix when you complete a free online consultation, which is entirely confidential. After a registered doctor has determined whether this medication is suitable for you, he or she will issue a prescription, which will be sent to our registered pharmacy, where treatment will be securely and discreetly sent via our overnight delivery service.
"Haemorrhoids can be very uncomfortable, which is why choosing the right treatment is so important."