Smuth Cream is a combination medicine used in the treatment of piles. It relieves the pain, swelling, itching, and discomfort associated with the passing of stools in people who suffer from problems in the anal area.
Smuth Cream should be used in the dose and duration as directed by your doctor. Clean and dry the affected area before applying this medicine. Make sure to wash your hands thoroughly before and after applying this medicine. Do not use your finger to apply this medicine. Do not stop using it suddenly without talking to your doctor, as it may lead to worsening of your condition.
Using of this medicine may cause application site reactions (burning, irritation, itching, and redness). These are temporary and usually resolves on with time. You should consult your doctor if any of these do not resolve with time and persists for a longer duration.
Avoid getting it into your eyes, nose or mouth. If accidental exposure occurs, wash your eyes with water and seek immediate medical attention. You should stop using it and inform your doctor if you notice worsening of the infection or if you develop increased redness and irritation.
USES OF SMUTH RECTAL CREAM
- Treatment of Piles
BENEFITS OF SMUTH RECTAL CREAM
In Treatment of Piles
SIDE EFFECTS OF SMUTH RECTAL CREAM
Common side effects of Smuth
- Application site reactions (burning, irritation, itching and redness)
HOW TO USE SMUTH RECTAL CREAM
HOW SMUTH RECTAL CREAM WORKS
WHAT IF YOU FORGET TO TAKE SMUTH RECTAL CREAM?
FAQs ABOUT SMUTH CREAM 30GM
Q. What are piles?
A: Piles, also known as haemorrhoids, are simply swollen blood vessels in your rectal area or anus. These swollen blood vessels can cause severe pain or an itchy sensation. This sensation can be very stressful and irritating. Smuth Cream is an effective treatment for piles.
Q. Can I stop taking Smuth Cream when my piles symptoms are relieved?
A: No, do not stop taking Smuth Cream and complete the full course of treatment. Your symptoms may improve before the piles are completely cured.
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