Rectal Rocket Custom Hemorrhoid Treatment (Prescription Product)
Put the flame out on hemorrhoids in 72 hours* with the Rectal Rocket. Available through Mint Pharmacy, the Rectal Rocket is a suppository like none other. Hemorrhoids usually take one to two weeks to heal but the unique combination of custom-blended prescription ingredients in the Rectal Rocket can heal internal and external hemorrhoids in just 72 hours! Its tapered design with a larger base than tip makes the Rectal Rocket comfortable and keeps it in place to ensure continuous contact with the affected area. It won't fall out or get lost in your rectum. A slit in the special molded form enables you to comfortably pass gas without worrying about it being expelled. We must obtain a prescription from your provider before we can fill your order.
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Heal hemorrhoids in just 72 hours with the Rectal Rocket
If you suffer from hemorrhoids, you need a treatment that relieves pain fast and is easy to use. If ignored, hemorrhoids can lead to more serious conditions, so seek treatment now. Hemorrhoids can also be a sign of a heart condition. Talk to your physician to get the right treatment for you.
What is the Rectal Rocket?
The Rectal Rocket is a prescription medicine containing a custom-blend of analgesic and anti-inflammatory ingredients that are FDA-approved to treat hemorrhoids. To use the Rectal Rocket, simply insert it into your rectum.
Benefits of the Rectal Rocket:
- Customized treatment just for you
- Fast, localized relief
- Comfortable shape
- Resists falling out
- Won't get lost in your rectum
- Extended-release of Rx ingredients
- Can heal hemorrhoids in 72 hours*
- Not messy like regular hemorrhoid creams
The Rectal Rocket is designed with a small tip for easy insertion and a wider base to prevent it from falling out. The size and molded form ensure that it will stay put and not get lost on your rectum. This keeps the medicine in the right place for continuous delivery of targeted treatment where it's needed. While the Rectal Rocket fits snugly in the rectum, its design won't prevent you from passing gas. What a relief!
Do hemorrhoids go away?
Hemorrhoids that are treated early may heal. Lidocaine and hydrocortisone, which are some of the active ingredients in the Rectal Rocket, are effective in treating most hemorrhoids.
The Rectal Rocket is the go-to medicine for hemorrhoids because unlike creams and other suppositories, the Rectal Rocket is not messy, uncomfortable or costly.
What are the symptoms of hemorrhoids?
One of the first signs of hemorrhoids is rectal bleeding.1 Hemorrhoids are varicose veins that swell inside the rectum and on the anus. Redness, palpable inflammation, burning sensation, itching, and painful bowel movement are common symptoms.
Why do hemorrhoids develop?
Sitting for long hours are common causes of hemorrhoids. Pilots, bus drivers, truck drivers, forklift operators, receptionists are among those at risk. Other causes are constipation, straining while moving the bowels, frequent or chronic diarrhea, and/or a digestive issue. Although hemorrhoids are common during pregnancy. Most clear up after childbirth.1
1 Staroselsky A, Nava-Ocampo AA, Vohra S, Koren G. Hemorrhoids in pregnancy. Can Fam Physician. 2008;54(2):189–190
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Please consult your physician before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program before using this or any products if you are pregnant or have a serious medical condition. This product is custom-made by expert compounding pharmacists.
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|Drug Class/Pharmacology||Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory (NSAID), Local Analgesic|
Requires a prescription. Ask your doctor if the Rectal Rocket s right for you!
Some of the ingredients in the Rectal Rocket such as lidocaine are Category C medications and may not be recommended for pregnant women.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Please consult your physician before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program before using this or any products if you are pregnant or have a serious medical condition. This product is custom-made by expert compounding pharmacists.
What causes hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids can develop inside the rectum and around the anus, called internal and external. hemorrhoids, respectively, Some causes are constipation, straining while moving the bowels, frequent or chronic diarrhea, a digestive issue and/or continuous pressure on the abdomen, lower intestine and rectum, which can be caused by sitting long hours and pregnancy. Hemorrhoids can also be a sign of a heart condition.
Depending on your medical background, cause of the hemorrhoids, your physician will determine the right treatment for you.
Certain professions that require sitting for many hours are highly likely to cause hemorrhoids. Pilots, bus drivers, truck drivers, forklift operators, receptionists are among the jobs that require long hours of sitting and can put you at risk of developing hemorrhoids.
How can I prevent hemorrhoids?
As they say, the best defense is a strong offense. Recommended strategies for preventing hemorrhoids are taking breaks from sitting to encourage blood flow and relieve pressure on the rectum. Be sure to get up, walk around and stretch as frequently as you can. We know with some jobs it may seem impossible but try your best.
You can also increase your dietary intake of fiber to prevent pressure on the bowels and constipation. Adding bulk fiber to your diet can also help ease chronic diarrhea. Learn how to stop straining when moving your bowels. Increasing liquid intake and limiting or eliminated certain foods from your diet can also help. Dairy products such as cheeses are known to cause constipation in some people. Again, a medical professional can provide the best advice for you.
How do I know if I have hemorrhoids?
One of the first signs of hemorrhoids is rectal bleeding.1 Hemorrhoids appear as swollen veins inside the rectum and on the anus. Burning sensation, itching, and painful bowel movement are other common symptoms.
According to the article Hemorrhoids in Pregnancy, up to 35% of pregnant women develop hemorrhoids.2 In some cases, up to 85% of women in their third-trimester can experience hemorrhoids.3 In the case of pregnancy, the hemorrhoids are often temporary and go away after giving birth.4
1-4 Staroselsky A, Nava-Ocampo AA, Vohra S, Koren G. Hemorrhoids in pregnancy. Can Fam Physician. 2008;54(2):189–190