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Ultraproct

Ultraproct is a treatment that’s prescribed for the relief of symptoms associated with haemorrhoids. It contains two active ingredients; fluocortolone and cinchocaine. Flucortalone is a corticosteroid which will help reduce inflammation, whilst cinchocaine is a local anaesthetic which should reduce the amount of pain you feel in the affected area.

Many haemorrhoid treatments include both a corticosteroid and local anaesthetic, you just have to decide which is the right one for you.

Ultraproct comes as an ointment and as a suppository. The form you choose should depend on the nature of your symptoms. For example, internal piles may be best suited to suppository treatment, whilst external ones may benefit more from a topical ointment.

Prices start at £27.00 for Ultraproct suppositories or £31.00 for Ultraproct ointment

Last Patient Information Leaflet Review Date: 16/01/2020

See Ultraproct Patient Information Leaflet

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  • Ultraproct can be used inside or around the anus. Instructions for both are detailed in the patient information leaflet
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What is Ultraproct?

Ultraproct is a dual-medication product for the treatment of haemorrhoids (also known as piles).

Whilst haemorrhoids can often exist without a patient knowing about them, there are times when they can become painful, uncomfortable and itchy. This is where Ultraproct treatment comes in.

Ultraproct contains two medicines: fluocortolone and cinchocaine. Flucortalone is a corticosteroid which helps to reduce inflammation, whilst cinchocaine is a local anaesthetic which helps to numb the affected area and reduce the amount of pain.

What are haemorrhoids?

Haemorrhoids are often called piles, and they’re swellings that contain enlarged blood vessels. They’re found inside and around your anus.

Most of the time, haemorrhoids won’t cause any trouble, but in certain circumstances, they can be extremely painful and uncomfortable.

Piles are common, with most of the population experiencing them at least once during their lifetime, and they often disappear on their own without treatment. However, if your haemorrhoids are causing you discomfort and pain, Ultraproct and other, similar treatments are available to ease the symptoms.

Can I use Ultraproct?

If you’re suffering with discomfort caused by haemorrhoids, the chances are that you’ll be able to use Ultraproct treatment. However, there are some people that should speak to their GP before using it. These include patients who have:

  • An allergy to local anaesthetics or any ingredients of Ultraproct
  • A viral skin infection (including cold sores, chicken pox, shingles and herpes)
  • A bacterial or fungal infection that isn’t being treated

If any of these apply to you, please take caution before ordering Ultraproct, and speak to your GP or pharmacist first. It might be that you need other medicines to treat your infection, or that an alternative haemorrhoid treatment might be more suitable for you.

It's also important to know that if you’re taking any medication for the treatment of HIV, this might increase the effects of Ultraproct. If this applies to you and you have any concerns, please see your doctor or local pharmacist for their advice.

If you’re taking any other medications, please disclose this to your GP or on our patient questionnaire when you order through Doctor4U. This includes any medicines that aren’t on prescription, or herbal treatments obtained from health shops.

Can I use Ultraproct if I’m pregnant?

Pregnancy can cause haemorrhoids due to the extra pressure that’s being put on the anus and rectum, but pregnant women are often left wondering if they can use regular haemorrhoid treatments. Our advice would be to check with your own doctor before ordering Ultraproct from Doctor4U, as your GP may not be happy with you using it whilst pregnant.

What are the side effects of Ultraproct?

Ultraproct is a very well-tolerated medicine, and generally doesn’t cause many side effects, but there are two symptoms you should know about before starting treatment with this medicine.

Ultraproct may cause an allergic reaction in some people. If you suspect that you’re experiencing an allergic reaction to the medication, stop taking it immediately and contact your doctor or nearest urgent care centre, taking the medication with you.

There’s also a chance that you might experience thinning of the skin around the anus if you use Ultraproct for a prolonged amount of time. This is one of the reasons that it isn’t recommended for you to use the medication for more than 7 days without consulting a doctor.

If you experience any side effects at all, it’s important that you inform your doctor and also report your symptoms via the MHRA yellow card app.

How do you use Ultraproct?

Ultraproct comes in two forms: as an ointment and as a suppository. The form you choose should depend on the nature of your haemorrhoids. If the discomfort is mostly coming from inside the rectum, you may be better opting for the suppository version of Ultraproct, as this is more likely to soothe internal haemorrhoids. However, if you find that you’re experiencing pain on the outside of, or just inside your anus, the ointment may be the best option. Ultraproct ointment can also be used internally with an applicator (provided), but the decision is yours.

If you use the ointment, you should apply a small pea-sized amount to the outside of the anus, and just inside, making sure that you wash your hands and affected area before use. This is normally used once or twice a day, with an additional application if needed after each bowel movement. It’s important to not rub the ointment in. If you need to use the treatment internally, you should use the applicator included with the medication and follow the instructions on the patient information leaflet.

If you choose to use the suppository version of Ultraproct, the usual dose is once a day (usually after a bowel movement), making sure to insert the whole suppository into the rectum.

If you have any doubts on how to use the medication, please see your doctor or pharmacist who’ll be able to explain it to you.

Can you drive while using Ultraproct?

Yes, so long as you feel comfortable to do so. Ultraproct is non-drowsy and shouldn’t cause dizziness or confusion, so as long as you feel physically able to drive, there shouldn’t be any reason why you can’t.

Dosage Instructions
Apply to the back passage as often as prescribed by your doctor. Do NOT use for more than 7 consecutive days.
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Ultraproct Dosage Quantity Cost Including Consultation
Ultraproct 12 x 1mg Suppositories £27.00
Ultraproct 1 x 30g Ointment £31.00

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The following delivery methods are currently available within the UK: All orders are sent in discreet, plain packaging.

UK Standard Delivery, £1.99

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UK Express Delivery, £2.99

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Royal Mail Special Delivery Next Day Before 9am, £14.99 (This service includes Saturday)

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DPD Next Day Delivery, £4.99 (Monday - Friday only. This service does not include Saturday)

Orders signed by the doctor before 12 noon the day before will be delivered the following working day

If your order is signed by the doctor after 12 noon, your order will be delivered within 2 working days

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DPD Next Day Delivery, by 12 Noon, £9.99 (Monday - Friday only. This service does not include Saturday)

Orders signed by the doctor before 12 noon the day before will be delivered by 12 noon the following working day

If your order is signed by the doctor after 12 noon, your order will be delivered within 2 working days

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DPD Next Day Delivery, by 10:30am, £14.99  (Monday - Friday only. This service does not include Saturday)

Orders signed by the doctor before 12 noon the day before will be delivered by 10:30am the following working day

If your order is signed by the doctor after 12 noon, your order will be delivered within 2 working days

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DPD Saturday Delivery, £14.99

Orders signed by the doctor before 12 noon the day before will be delivered the following Saturday

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DPD Saturday Delivery, by 12:00am, £21.99

Orders signed by the doctor before 12 noon the day before will be delivered by 12:00am Saturday

If your order is signed by the doctor after 12 noon, your order will be delivered within 2 working days

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DPD Saturday Delivery, by 10:30am, £29.99

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