Fensupp suppositories contains diclofenac which is a pain-relieving medicine (analgesic) available as a rectal suppository. Rectal suppositories have to be inserted through the anal opening (an opening through which stools are passed) and left there for the prescribed duration so that the medicine is dissolved and absorbed in your body. It is used to relieve pain and swelling due to arthritis and various other reasons....
Q: Can I use Fensupp suppositories for haemorrhoids?
A: Yes, Fensupp suppositories can be used to relieve pain and swelling in haemorrhoids. If you have bleeding haemorrhoids, consult your doctor and do not self-medicate this preparation in any case, as it may worsen the bleeding.
Q: How should I use Fensupp suppositories?
Use Fensupp suppositories as prescribed by your doctor.
Wash and dry your hands after emptying your bowel.
Insert the suppository in your rectum region through the anal opening (from where stools are passed) after peeling off any wrapping over it.
Do not move or walk for 15 minutes so that the medicine starts dissolving due to the body's temperature.
Wash your hands again.
Avoid passing stools or urination for at least 1 hour so that medicine stays in place.