Buy Anugesic HC Ointment

Hydrocortisone Acetate/Pramoxine HCL/Zinc Sulfate

Formulation : Ointment
Dosage : 0.5%/1%/0.5%
Quantity : 15g
Prescription Prescription Required
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What is Anugesic HC Ointment used for?

Anugesic HC Ointment, with the generic name Hydrocortisone Acetate, Pramoxine Hydrochloride, and Zinc Sulfate Monohydrate, is a topical ointment used for the treatment of hemorrhoids. It helps decrease swelling, discomfort, and pain. It is also prescribed for managing pruritus ani or itching around the anus. This is classified as a corticosteroid and a topical anesthetic.

This is available in Anugesic HC Ointment 0.5%/1%/0.5%.

How does Anugesic HC Ointment work?

This topical prescription ointment is a combination of active ingredients. First, this ointment lessens inflammation by suppressing the migration of polymorphonuclear leukocytes or PMN. Then, reversing the increase of capillary permeability. It also contains anesthesia that stops nerves from sending pain signals.

How to use Anugesic HC Ointment

Prior to using any prescription medication, you should know how to use it properly and what to expect while using this medication. You should read the entire medication guide. Discuss other concerns with your healthcare provider.

This prescription ointment is used in the morning, after bowel movements, and in the evening. Make sure that the area has been washed and dry prior to applying this ointment. Using the applicator, put a small amount of ointment. Do not use this medication longer than intended or more frequently than prescribed.

Side Effects of Anugesic HC Ointment

Common side effects: 

  • Mild itching on the anal area 
  • Mild burning 
  • Mild stinging

The unwanted effects caused by this rectal medication are mild and should not be a cause of concern. However, if they worsen, you should report it to your healthcare provider. You should also report severe adverse reactions, including: 

  • Rectal bleeding 
  • Bloody stool 
  • Bloating 
  • Abdominal pain 
  • Fever
  • Chills

    Precautions when using Anugesic HC Ointment

Talk to your physician or any medical professional if you have any untreated rectal infections, gastrointestinal disorders, rectal lacerations, chickenpox, or have recently received smallpox immunization. This product may be contraindicated for these conditions. You must also talk about all prescription and nonprescription drugs you are taking because of interactions that may occur.

Never use this prescription ointment if you have a known hypersensitivity to any Anugesic HC Ointment ingredients, especially hydrocortisone, pramoxine, and zinc sulfate. You should call for emergency medical attention once you experience severe dizziness, hives, itching, trouble breathing, and swelling of the face and neck.

This product is safe for short-term use during pregnancy. However, you must use this medication only if necessary. While lactating, some ingredients of this ointment can be excreted into breast milk. Talk to your doctor regarding the possible risks of using this type of medication.

How much does Anugesic HC Ointment cost in Canada?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Anugesic HC Ointment a steroid? 

Anugesic HC contains a topical corticosteroid. It also contains other active ingredients like zinc sulfate and pramoxine hydrochloride.

How long can I use Anugesic HC Ointment? 

You should not use this prescription drug for more than seven consecutive days. You may only continue using this if the physician recommends you to do so.

How long does Anugesic HC take to work? 

This ointment can alleviate symptoms like swelling right after the first dose. It may take a week before it can treat your condition.

What does HC mean in Anugesic HC Ointment? 

HC in this product name stands for hydrocortisone. This is the anti-inflammatory component of this medication that addresses inflammation.

What are the other Anugesic HC Ointment uses? 

This rectal ointment is also used for pruritus ani. You may also use this medication for other conditions as long as it is prescribed by a medical doctor.

Can I buy Anugesic HC Ointment over the counter? 

A prescription is always required when buying this topical medication. A valid prescription should be written by the physician. 


Brand Name:

Anugesic HC Ointment

Scientific Name:

Hydrocortisone Acetate/Pramoxine HCL/Zinc Sulfate

Other Names:

Proctodan HC Ointment



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