Pilon is a medicine used to treat hemorrhoids, anal fissures, constipation, and inflammatory bowel syndrome. It helps in reducing inflammation and improves the immune system, skin disease, and psychiatric disorders. It has positive effects on digestion and metabolism. It prevents the growth of harmful bacteria. It contains Daruharidra Aq. Kattha (Acacia Catechu) 60 mg, Kariyal (Swertia chirata), vish(Aconitum heterophyllum), Aritha (Sapindus trifoliatus) 20 mg, Gorakhmundi (Sphaeranthus Indicus) 16 mg, Daruharidra Aq.
Pilon tablets help the prevention and control of the following diseases and conditions:
It gives relief and controls the symptoms of piles, such as swelling and bleeding. All types of piles are controlled effectively by this medication. It relieves all forms of discomfort, such as pain and burning sensation. It inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria and helps maintain vitality and health, helping calm agitated minds.
Some of the common side effects of Pilon include:
Medical attention is not needed in these common side effects, but contact our experts in the case of serious problems with blood in stools. Contact the doctor immediately.
1. Is there a burning sensation when Pilon is applied to the rectum?
Pilon is a herbal medicine that doctors prescribe for the treatment of piles, rectal problems, and gastric problems. No, it does not cause any burning sensation. It is safe for usage. It relieves discomfort and pain and helps better digestion, and helps in inhibiting harmful bacteria. Furthermore, it reduces inflammation. Consult your doctor if you experience any burning sensation.
2. Is Pilon safe?
Pilon tablets help in improving metabolism and the digestive system. It prevents the growth of harmful bacteria and helps in reducing inflammation in the body. It is safe to take this medicine. Although effects do occur in some patients, the benefits outweigh side effects. Consult your physician if the symptoms worsen. The medicine must be kept out of reach from children.
3. How should I take Pilon tablets?
Pilon is usually taken after food in the dosage of one tablet twice a day for 30 days. Always keep your doctor informed of the list of medications you are taking, such as herbal supplements, allergies. Also, keep your doctor aware of any current health conditions, such as surgery and pregnancy. The dosage of the medicine depends on these factors.
4. Can pregnant women take Pilon?
Pilon is a tablet used for the treatment of constipation. Pregnancy-related constipation can be relieved by using this medicine. Animal studies have shown no risk to growing fetuses, but no human studies have been reported. It is always safe to consult a doctor before taking this medicine during pregnancy.
5. Can I take Pilon while breastfeeding?
Pilon is a herbal medicine used for treating symptoms and signs of piles like bleeding and swelling. Studies have shown that it is moderately safe for consumption for nursing mothers. Although no studies have been conducted on breastfeeding ladies, there is a chance of side effects on breastfed infants. Therefore, take it only under the doctor’s supervision.
6. Can I consume alcohol with Pilon?
Pilon is a drug used to treat patients suffering from bleeding hemorrhoids, intestinal gas, constipation, etc. Occasionally, some patients might experience side effects, such as tremors, exhaustion, irregular heartbeat, and drowsiness. In such cases consuming alcohol might increase drowsiness. So, restrict the consumption of alcohol or inform your doctor if you regularly drink alcohol.
7. Can I drive if I have consumed Pilon?
Pilon is a medication used to treat piles, hemorrhoids, fistula, anorectal disorders. It is advisable not to drive after consuming this drug. If you experience side effects like dizziness, drowsiness, hypotension, or a headache, then you must be cautious not to drive a vehicle. Not all patients experience this problem while on this medication.
8. Can I consume Pilon on an empty stomach?
Pilon is used for treating constipation, anal fissures, and hemorrhoids. It is usually consumed after food. The prescribed dosage is generally after meals, twice a day. However, many factors decide the dosage of the medicine in your case. The best course of action is to consult with your doctor to confirm how you should use this medicine.
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