Dosage form: suppository
Ingredients: STARCH, CORN 0.51g
Labeler: H and P Industries, Inc. dba Triad Group
NDC Code: 50730-1512
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Topical starch, 51%
- Provides temporary relief of the itching, burning and discomfort associated with hemorrhoids and other anorectal disorders
- Provides a coating to protect irritated tissue
For rectal use only.
- in case of bleeding
- if condition worsens or does not improve within 7 days.
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
- When practical, cleanse the affected area with mild soap and warm water. Rinse thoroughly.
- Gently dry by patting or blotting with toilet tissue or soft cloth before application of this product.
- Detach one suppository from strip of suppositories.
- Remove film before inserting into the rectum by holding the suppository upright. Carefully separate film by inserting tip of fingernail at film split.
- Carefully peel film slowly and evenly down both sides to expose suppository
- Avoid excessive handling of suppository, which is designed to melt at body temperature. If suppository seems soft, hold in film wrapper under cold water for 2 or 3 minutes.
- Insert one suppository rectally up to 6 times daily or after each bowel movement
- Relieves itching, burning and discomfort
- Protects and soothes irritated tissue
*This product is not manufactured or distributed by Pfizer consumer Healthcare, Inc., owner of the registered trademark TUCKS®.
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