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Pramoxine

Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain pramoxine.

Medications containing pramoxine:

pramoxine topical

Brand names: Proctofoam, Pramox, Fleet Pain Relief Pad, Sarna Sensitive
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics
Pramoxine topical is used in the treatment of:

Multi-ingredient medications containing pramoxine:

ammonium lactate/pramoxine topical

Brand names: AmLactin AP
Drug class(es): topical emollients

bacitracin/neomycin/polymyxin b/pramoxine topical

Brand names: Triple Antibiotic Plus, Neosporin + Pain Relief Neo To Go! First Aid Antibiotic, Neosporin + Pain Relief Ointment, Neosporin + Pain, Itch, Scar
Drug class(es): topical antibiotics
Bacitracin/neomycin/polymyxin b/pramoxine topical is used in the treatment of:

bacitracin/polymyxin b/pramoxine topical

Brand names: Betadine Plus Antibiotic and Pain Reliever
Drug class(es): topical antibiotics

benzalkonium chloride/pramoxine topical

Brand names: Neosporin + Pain Relief Neo To Go! First Aid Antiseptic
Drug class(es): antiseptic and germicides
Benzalkonium chloride/pramoxine topical is used in the treatment of:

calamine/pramoxine topical

Brand names: Caladryl, Calamine Phenolated, Caldyphen, Caladryl for Kids
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics

chloroxylenol/hydrocortisone/pramoxine otic

Brand names: Otomar HC, Oticin HC, Cortane-B, Oto-End
Drug class(es): otic steroids with anti-infectives
Chloroxylenol/hydrocortisone/pramoxine otic is used in the treatment of:

chloroxylenol/hydrocortisone/pramoxine topical

Brand names: Cortane-B Lotion

chloroxylenol/pramoxine otic

Brand names: Oticin, Pramotic, Uni-Otic
Drug class(es): otic anesthetics
Chloroxylenol/pramoxine otic is used in the treatment of:

chloroxylenol/pramoxine/zinc acetate otic

Brand names: Zinotic ES, Chlorpram Z, Zinotic
Drug class(es): otic anti-infectives
Chloroxylenol/pramoxine/zinc acetate otic is used in the treatment of:

clioquinol/hydrocortisone/pramoxine topical

Brand names: 1 Plus 1 F
Drug class(es): topical steroids with anti-infectives

diosmiplex/hydrocortisone/pramoxine topical

Brand names: Analpram Advanced
Drug class(es): anorectal preparations
Diosmiplex/hydrocortisone/pramoxine topical is used in the treatment of:

hydrocortisone/pramoxine topical

Brand names: Proctofoam HC, Analpram-HC, Pramosone, Analpram E
Drug class(es): anorectal preparations
Hydrocortisone/pramoxine topical is used in the treatment of:

menthol/pramoxine topical

Brand names: PrameGel, Gold Bond Maximum Relief
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics

neomycin/polymyxin b/pramoxine topical

Brand names: Antibiotic Plus Pain Relief, Neosporin + Pain Relief Cream, Antibiotic with Pramoxine
Drug class(es): topical antibiotics
Neomycin/polymyxin b/pramoxine topical is used in the treatment of:

phenylephrine/pramoxine topical

Brand names: Preparation H Cream with Maximum Strength Pain Relief, GoodSense Hemorrhoidal, Hemorid Ointment, Hemorid Maximum Strength
Drug class(es): anorectal preparations
Phenylephrine/pramoxine topical is used in the treatment of:

pramoxine/zinc acetate topical

Brand names: Callergy Clear, Caladryl Clear, Caldyphen Clear, Clear Calamine
Drug class(es): topical anesthetics
Pramoxine/zinc acetate topical is used in the treatment of:

pramoxine/zinc oxide topical

Brand names: Anusol, Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment, Tronolane Anesthetic for Hemorrhoids
Drug class(es): anorectal preparations
Pramoxine/zinc oxide topical is used in the treatment of:

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