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Is there any side effects of ZERODOL-P & SMUTH on regular use ?

sir my father was having piles problem so to relieve from the pain he is using tablets ZERODOL-P & SMUTH continously, so can you please tell me any side effects were there by using this tablets cotinously
Asked On : Sun, 27 Mar 2011
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Hi Haitha
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To relieve pain from piles , he can continue using the ointment.Long term use of pain killers like Zerodol P is not advisable.He should take an antacid like Rantac when he takes this pain killer.Zerodol P can cause side effects like gastric irritation , bleeding from stomach .
Take care.

Take care.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
to relieve pain,pain relieving tablets is not the remedy,long term use of tablet may cause gastric upset,gastritis,acidity and some times may produce gastric ulcer. so stop these tab or take occasionally.
local use of cream can be used.
avoid constipation,for this he can take mild laxative like liq crimmafin, one tablespoon at night daily.
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