Hydrocortisone acetate suppositories, 25 mg


Hydrocortisone acetate suppositories are quite effective. The picture you see below of the packaged suppository next to a quarter is a 25 milligram Hydrocortisone acetate suppository. The quarter was placed next to suppository to give you some idea of how large an object you will be sticking up your ass.

This high quality Paddock Laboratories product was prescribed to me by a doctor after my colonoscopy. I have had hemorrhoids for the last 10 years, but they never hurt or bothered me so I never went to the trouble to have them treated. They did itch some, but doctor who performed the colonoscopy procedure wrote me a prescription for the hemorrhoids as a value added part of the service he provided which informed me my colon was clean as a whistle. I stress a little any time I have to visit a doctor for anything, so getting hemorrhoid script like this was much like one stop health shopping!

The box of 12 suppositories had the not so subtle instruction “for rectal use only” and “tapered shape for easy insertion”. The white, slippery, mushy substance was easy to push into my bunghole(beavis and butthead alert) and I only had to insert two in order to get rid of the itch and the occasional appearance of bright red blood in my stool. If you are going to have blood in your stool, then you definitely prefer bright red to red since that means the blood vessel likely burst right at the time you were on the toilet. That is good news compared to a duller, tarry substance that could indicate a much more serious medical problem deep within your intestinal tract.

Finally, I believe many afflicted with these itchy, iirritating, external anal enlarged blood vessels would be pleased to know the comfort of a bidet.


A Hydrocortisone Acetate Suppository 25 mg. For Rectal Use Only

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  1. I have used the acetate suppositories immediately after hemorrhoid bursts. This always stops the bleeding from the ruptured blood vessels for at least 3 weeks. Also, the white jell like substance is not the least bit irritating. I sort of expected it to sting a little, but it is completely comfortable and painless.

  2. There is a little buzz on the web about teens getting high on Hydrocortisone acetate cream. I think Hydrocortisone acetate suppositories are essentially the same as the cream with some minor modifications to make the suppository solid enough to be pushed into your anus.

    So parents if any of your suppositories turn up missing, be on alert to changes in your kiddos behavior.

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  4. Hi everyone, it’s my first pay a visit at this web site, and piece of writing is actually fruitful in support of me, keep up posting such content. I have had problems with hemorhhoids my whole life being a truck driver. Thanks for making it less itchy with this info!!!

    1. Thought everybody might want to know how long it took these suppositories to work or be effective. I had a package of 12 and after 8 or so, the itching had stopped and the bloody tip of my stool was much less frequent.

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  8. I will try to make a long story short. I got an anal fissure from being constipated by morphine after a C-secton. My GP gave me hydrocortisone ointment which was sort of effective but did completely heal my anal fissures, but I was afraid to get surgery so I lived with the pain. Not until a recent exam did I tell her I still had it. She referred me to the hospital surgery department. The doc there studied under a colon specialist and gave me Niphedipine (sp?) compounded with Lidocane in an ointment form. I had to apply it to the perianal area 3 times a day. Of course, I didnt follow the rules but within three days, the fissure had closed up and I havent had pain since. The skin tags are disappearing and I hope that it will all be a distant memory soon! The Niphedipine relaxed the anus muscle enough to allow blood flow to the area so it could heal. She said it would not go systemic like Nitroglycerin would. Also, more anal fissures are due to natural causes than homosexual or gay lifestyle. The insertive partner is exposed to fecal matter which has obvious health risks.

  9. There is a demand for videos on the proper use and how to insert suppositories in your anus. Unfortunately, perverts search for butt and anus and suppository in the hope of a cheap thrill or incidental genital views. So suppository videos are in short supply.

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