Boragenol, the famous hemorrhoids drug, comes in three types: ointments, suppositories, and infusion ointments. There are Boraginol A and Boraginol M, with the difference that Boraginol A contains steroids, but Boraginol M does not contain steroids. There is also the drug Boragenol EP, which is an internal drug containing crude drugs.
There is an image that is a little scary when it comes to steroids, but you don’t have to worry about it because it is a weak type. In the first place, it is safe because it is a drug that can be purchased at a pharmacy without a prescription.
Borarginol A has a stronger effect than Borarginol M. If you have severe hemorrhoids, it seems better to use Boragenol A. Or, try using Boragenol M and change to A if you don’t see much hemorrhoid recovery.
Preser S, a drug for hemorrhoids that is as famous as Borraginol, is actually Preza Ace and Preza S. When you read it, it’s confusing because the name difference is just to stretch the ace part. But if you look at the package, you can understand it in one shot.
There are ointments, suppositories, and injection ointments in Preza. For women, a product called Preza S High has also been released. Both Preza Ace and Preza S contain the same steroids as Boragenol A.
In addition, Preza Kampo medicine is a medicine that contains crude drugs.
The external medicines for hemorrhoids differ depending on the type, but they contain the following ingredients.
Steroid ingredients include hydrocortisone acetate, prednisolone acetate, and prednisolone. It is an ingredient to reduce inflammation of hemorrhoids.
Local anesthetic ingredients include lidocaine hydrochloride, lidocaine, and ethyl aminobenzoate. Relieves pain in hemorrhoids.
Ingredients that suppress itch include diphenhydramine hydrochloride and diphenhydramine. Sympathomimetics include naphazoline hydrochloride and naphazoline nitrate.
Chlorhexidine hydrochloride is a disinfectant ingredient.
For more information, I recommend you to ask the pharmacist of the pharmacy casually.