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What medications will I need?

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

General Medications

For the first 24 hours most patients will require painkillers, though these should be limited due to the common side-effects of nausea and constipation. To combat this, we recommend using a stool softener (such as Colace) 3 times daily. In place of narcotics, we advise many patients to take Tylenol or Motrin as directed.

Anal-Specific Medications

In addition to the above, we advise patients that have undergone an anal procedure to take 2 tablespoons of milk of magnesia on only the first night post-surgery. Continue as directed with Colace stool softener 3 times daily. Balneol lotion can be utilized externally, as needed. Additionally, Calmol-4 suppositories may be used only if instructed by your physician.

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