Glycerin Suppository is used for the control, treatment and prevention of dry skin, cold sores, and certain other skin diseases such as psoriasis. It is also often used in circumstances where the skin needs to be lubricated and moistened. Glycerin Suppository works by forming a protective film and helping moisturize the dry area, as well as improving blood circulation in the body.
Do not use Glycerin Suppository if you are allergic to any of the ingredients present in it, or if you are pregnant and/or breastfeeding. Before using Glycerin Suppository tell your doctor if you are using any prescription drugs, non-prescription drugs, or other herbal and dietary pills and supplements, or if you have recently had any surgeries, or have any upcoming surgeries scheduled. Also let your doctor know your history of medical problems, pre-existing diseases and current health conditions.
Glycerin Suppository is administered via topical cream form, which has to be applied directly to the affected area. Dosage depends on conditions such as medical condition, diet, age, and counteraction with other medicines.
Possible side effects of Glycerin Suppository include rashes, and slight tingling at the site of application. Generally, these side effects should go away on their own after a limited period of time. In case the side effects fail to go away, you need to consult your doctor immediately. If you experience side effects other than the ones listed above, you need to contact your doctor for immediate medical assistance.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Dermatologist before using this medicine.