You Don't Have to Live with a Pain in the Derrière!
Tronolane cream is manufactured by Lee Pharmaceuticals. It is available only in some pharmacies, and also only available in some countries including America.
Its uses are for the following:
* It helps to temporarily relieve all pain associated with hemorrhoids, soreness and burning on contact.
* It helps with the relief of anus itching general discomforts associated with hemorrhoids.
* It helps to temporarily soothes and lubricates.
* It helps to temporarily provide a coating on the hemorrhoids thus relieving of anorectal discomforts.
Tronolane Hemorrhoid Cream
The active ingredients contained in this cream is:
|Pramoxine HCL||Local Anesthetic|
As you can see from the formula above. A protectant and an anesthetic combination. The protectant will serve to avoid any further deterioration of the hemorrhoids while it is healing. The anesthetic will numb the area on contact so that you don't feel anymore pain.
Tronolane is an unscented, non-greasy and therefore a non-staining cream. A very well liked product by medical doctors, therefore it is also known that it is widely used in hospitals.
IMPORTANT: Before use, always read the product information supplied in the box: The directions, The Warnings, The Side Effects, The Overdosing, The Contra-Indications and any other Important information supplied example if is contraindicated to use if you are pregnant.
Please don't forget the cream is not enough to get rid of hemorrhoids.
You need to combine the cream with the natural treatments.
For this cream to be able to help you, will depend entirely as to what type of hemorrhoids you are with, and not only this but also at what stage your hemorrhoids have deteriorate too.
Before you take a decision on this cream, I suggest you fully inform yourself on the other creams and ointment I talk about on the other pages.
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