Rectogesic Ointment (TUBE)

SWAPS

$25.19 

If you suffer pain and bleeding when using the toilet, you probably think you have haemorrhoids.

 

Hemorrhoids are very common so you may be right, but you might actually have an anal fissure.

At some point in their lifetime, many Australian adults will report symptoms of either anal fissure or haemorrhoids. So don't be embarrassed to discuss it. You're not alone.

Directions

Rectogesic is an ointment that should be applied two to three times daily for a period of a few weeks, with chronic cases requiring treatment for up to 4-8 weeks.

Always read the label and use only as directed. Please see your doctor if pain or discomfort persists.