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Hemorhoids can be extremely painful and get in the way of doing everyday activities which is why many people chose Uniroid HC to control their symptoms quickly and get back to their everyday activities faster. Available as suppositories and cream gives greater flexibility for application whether male or female during an outbreak. Uniroid HC can be bought as either a 30g tube of cream or pack of 12 suppositories each containing 5mg at Onlineclinic after completion of the fast online form. If the order is placed before 4.30pm the medication can be dispatched and delivered in discreet packaging the next day. This makes it easier to treat symptoms quickly before they get worse without a visit to your GP.
In the UK all medications require prescription slip before they can be given; Uniroid HC is no different but being able to obtain the prescription and source the medication via Onlineclinic makes a faster and non-intrusive way to get it. Getting Uniroid HC online saves the time of booking an appointment at the GP, having to wait to be seen and then having to wait for a pharmacy to dispatch the medication.
Uniroid HC has been proven to help alleviate the symptoms associated with haemorrhoids. It can help users to pass bowel movements with less discomfort and pain helping them to return to work and other activities without discomfort. Being available as both a cream and suppository it gives users more choice based on preference. Treatment can resume for both internal and external piles as soon as symptoms appear for almost immediate relief. The nozzle of the cream makes it easier to apply only to the affected area and the suppository disperses throughout the day for long acting relief from internal piles.
|Short facts about Uniroid HC|
|How to use||
The Uniroid HC suppositories are for use with internal piles. The ointment can be used for both internal and external with the included nozzle. Both types of medication should be used twice daily, morning and night to eliminate symptoms and prevent the condition worsening.
|How it works||
Uniroid HC contains a steroid to treat inflammation and irritation called hydrocortisone. The pain often felt by those with haemorrhoids is treated with a local anaesthetic called Cinchocaine hydrochloride.
As a topical treatment that works almost as soon as it is applied Uniroid is an effective way to treat symptoms of haemorrhoids and minimise the duration of the outbreak.
The dose of the Uniroid HC cream is 30g and the suppository 5mg.
Although rare a possible side effect is irritation to the skin, especially if the skin it is applied to is broken.
Uniroid HC works because of the actions of its two main ingredients. Hydrocortisone is a steroid which is known for its inflammatory and associated irritation and itching relief. The Cinchocaine is the local anaesthetic component of Uniroid HC, which gets to work almost as soon as it is applied to relieve the user of associated pain. Combined the ingredients make for an effective haemorrhoid treatment that can stop symptoms in their tracks and reduce the attack duration lasts.
Directions of use will depend on whether using the suppositories or cream.
Uniroid is available as a 30g cream to be used sparingly and a pack of 12 5mg suppositories to be used morning and night. Choosing which type of Uniroid is dependent on personal preference.
As the Uniroid cream and suppositories are for use in targeting specific affected areas topically there is only a minimal chance of side effects. Irritation to the area applied can occur occasionally, however this can be avoided by using the included nozzle to apply directly and ensuring any excess cream is wiped away with clean cotton wool.
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