Rectogesic

Last Update May 1, 2016
Uses: Rectogesic is approved for Anal Fissure and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
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Last Update May 1, 2016
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Positive 121 "I had mine for a good 4months was also ...I also took alot of salt baths and made sure i drank plenty of water and ate plenty of fruit and took metamucil to help things along to give it a chance to heal.... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 176 "I stopped using rectogesic everyday but Im going to start using it again. I stopped using it because it caused me restless sleeps but i havent got a good night sleep recently anyway so i have very... "Read more negative discussions
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I managed to see the doctor today regarding my anal fissure ...
| babyworld.co.uk
"Rectogesic Hi Amber, I managed to see the doctor today regarding my anal fissure as its just as bad as last week. She has prescribed me a cream called Rectogesic. She looked it up... "
April 17, 2015
The reason that it causes headaches is because of the spinal cord. The body becomes dehydrated when the ointment is used, thus giving you headaches. Its best to not put ointments directly on the fissure. You need to change your diet and take things internally to cause the fissure to go away.

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