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Germolene Antiseptic Cream, 55g

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Keep this leaflet. You may need to read it again. Ask your pharmacist if you need more information or advice. Read all of this leaflet carefully because it contains important information for you. This medicine is available without prescription. However, you still need to use Germolene Antiseptic Cream carefully to get the best results from it. Like all medicines, Germolene Antiseptic Cream can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. You may use the cream if you are pregnant or breast-feeding but as with all medicines atthis time, you should discuss it with yourdoctor first If you are concerned about this, or if the cream affects you in any other way, stop using Germolene Antiseptic Cream and tell your doctor or pharmacist immediately. I Reporting of side effects:

GERMOLENE Antiseptic Cream with Local Anaesthetic 30g

As with all medicines, some people may be allergic to the cream. Seek medical advice straight away if you experience any sudden wheeziness, difficulty in breathing, swelling of the eyelids, face or lips, rash or itching (especially affecting your whole body). These are signs of an allergic reaction which may be serious and require medical treatment.This medicine is available without prescription. However, you still need to use GermoleneAntiseptic Cream carefully to get the bestresults from it. Germolene's active ingredients include phenol 1.2% (providing antiseptic, locally analgesic and antipruritic effects) and chlorhexidine digluconate 0.25%. The Germoloids line of Germolene products, intended for use on haemorrhoids, also includes zinc oxide, and the analgesic lidocaine hydrochloride. [6] Adverse effects [ edit ] The active ingredient phenol is highly toxic if swallowed by, or applied to the skin of, small animals such as dogs, cats, rabbits and mice. Germolene cream contains the active ingredient chlorhexidine, which can rarely induce allergic reactions. [7] Symptoms of a minor allergic reaction to Germolene cream include itching, redness ( erythema), dermatitis, eczema, rash, hives (urticaria), skin irritation, and blisters on the skin. [8] Germolene was invented by cough mixture tycoon Sir William Henry Veno, who in 1925, fearing he had cancer of the lip [ citation needed], sold his Veno Drug Company to the Beechams Company. [5] Composition [ edit ]

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iThe cream contains two active substances, phenol and chlorhexidine digluconate. Phenoljand chlorhexidine digluconate have antisepticproperties for the disinfection of skin, woundsand bums. Phenol also has a local anaestheticAction for the relief of pain. The cream basehelps to soften the skin and soothe irritation. As with all medicines, some people may be |allergic to the cream. Seek medical advicestraight away if you experience any suddenwheeziness, difficulty in breathing, swelling[of the eyelids, face or lips, rash or itching(especially affecting your whole body). Theseare signs of an allergic reaction which may be Frequent application of the cream to the same area for long periods of time or over large areas of skin may lead to skin irritation.

Patient leaflet - GERMOLENE ANTISEPTIC CREAM

Germolene Antiseptic Cream is used to ease pain and help prevent infections of minor cuts and grazes, minor burns, scalds, blisters, stings and insect bites, spots and chapped or rough skin. I Germolene Antiseptic Cream is used to ease pain and help prevent infections of minor cutsand grazes, minor bums, scalds, blisters, stingsand insect bites, spots and chapped or rough|skin. If you are allergic (hypersensitive) to phenol or chlorhexidine digluconate orany of the other ingredients ofGermolene Antiseptic Cream (See section 6, Further information).

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