Dosage form: swab
Ingredients: PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE 10mg in 1g
Labeler: Ferndale Laboratories, Inc.
NDC Code: 0496-0749
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pramoxine HCl 1% w/w
- for the temporary relief of itching and discomfort in the perianal area
- anorectal cleansing
For external use only.
- exceed the recommended daily dosage unless directed by a doctor
- put this product into the rectum by using fingers or any mechanical device or applicator
- condition worsens
- symptoms do not improve within 7 days
- allergic reactions develop to ingredients in this product
- symptom being treated does not subside or if redness, irritation, swelling, pain, bleeding, or other symptoms develop or increase
If swallowed, seek medical attention or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
- When practical, cleanse the affected area with mild soap and warm water and rinse thoroughly. Gently apply wipe to the affected area by patting and then discard.
- adults and children 12 years and older: apply up to 5 times daily
- children under 12 years: ask a doctor
citric acid, glycerin, phenoxyethanol, potassium sorbate, purified water, and sodium citrate
pramoxine hydrochloride 1% swab
|Labeler - Ferndale Laboratories, Inc. (005320536)|
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