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Best Kooko Medicine in Ghana

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Whenever someone is looking for the best kooko medicine in ghana, then it’s quite obvious he/she is in distress and suffering from piles. This condition is scary and very devastating especially when noticed for the first time. People who suffer from this kooko become desperate and therefore resort to all manner of medications for their treatment. Let’s learn some medicines that are helpful in managing kooko in Ghana.

1. Pilex Tablet and Pilex Ointment
Pilex forte tablet has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, Matrix metalloproteinases (MMP) inhibitory, antimicrobial, wound-healing, and antioxidant actions.

Pilex forte helps reduce inflammation and pain, checks infection, hastens the healing process and supports speedy recovery in fissure-in-ano and post-hemorrhoidal surgery.

The laxative property of Pilex forte tablet corrects chronic constipation associated with fissure-in-ano.

Pilex shrinks pile mass, controls bleeding and heals inflamed skin and the mucus membrane. The drug offers symptomatic relief from rectal bleeding, pain, itchiness and corrects chronic constipation associated with hemorrhoids.

Relieves pain: The local analgesic property of Pilex relieves pain and ensures pain-free fecal excretion.

Antimicrobial: As an antimicrobial, it prevents secondary microbial infections in the body.


  • Internal and external hemorrhoids
  • As an adjuvant in the management of varicose veins
  • Anal fissures
  • Pregnancy-induced hemorrhoids


Sensitive plant (Lajjalu) has astringent and styptic properties that are beneficial in treating bleeding piles.

Zinc calx (Yashad bhasma) accelerates wound healing by epithelial (surface tissue) regeneration.


Please consult your physician to prescribe the dosage that best suits the condition.

Available as an ointment and tablet.

Pilex is not known to have any side effects when applied according to the prescribed dosage and frequency.

2. Anusol Ointment and Anusol suppository
AnuSol cream provides antiseptic, astringent and emollient properties which help to relieve discomfort associated with minor ano-rectal conditions.

ANUSOL cream also provides lubricating properties for use with suppositories.

Indicated for the symptomatic relief of uncomplicated internal and external haemorrhoids, pruritus ani, proctitis and fissures. Also indicated post-operatively in ano-rectal surgical procedures and after incision of thrombosed or sclerosed ano-rectal veins.

Anusol Suppositories have a unique 3-way action. They will shrink piles, give you relief from discomfort, soothe the itching, whilst also protecting delicate skin with its mild antiseptic properties.

3. Schriproct Cream and Suppository
Scheriproct is a medicine containing the active ingredients cinchocaine and prednisolone. It is used to treat haemorrhoids, helping to relieve pain and itching from both internal and external piles.

Here’s everything you need to know about Scheriproct, including how it works, the potential side effects and who should not use it.

Scheriproct ointment and suppositories contain two active ingredients, cinchocaine and prednisolone.

Cinchocaine is a type of medicine called a local anaesthetic. It works by temporarily blocking the pathway of pain messages along nerve fibres. This numbs sensation in the area where the medicine has been applied and provides relief from pain and itching.

Prednisolone is a type of medicine called a corticosteriod and is used for reducing inflammation. It works by stopping cells from releasing substances that cause blood vessels to widen and result in the irritated area becoming inflamed (red, swollen, itchy and painful). When inserted into the rectum prednisolone acts locally to reduce the swelling and itching of piles.

Other information on best kooko medicine in Ghana and treatment

Piles often clear up on their own but may require treatment or even surgery if the symptoms are severe.

The treatment of piles varies for internal and external piles.

Grade one, and two, of internal haemorrhoids, is usually treated with medicine and a planned diet of fibrous non-spicy food. In some cases, the doctors may also prescribe a topical cream.

Grade three of internal haemorrhoids is also treated with medicine and a change of diet but may require surgical intervention if the symptoms are severe. Treatment of grade four internal piles requires prompt surgical intervention especially if gangrenous tissue is found.

To treat external piles your doctor might suggest hemorrhoid creams, or ice packs to reduce the swelling. If the case is too severe, the doctor may suggest surgery which can include:

  • removal of haemorrhoids

using an infrared photo, laser, or electrical coagulation to burn tissue affected by piles

  • sclerotherapy to eliminate varicose veins which could be the cause of piles
  • Exercise

Exercising can easily reduce the symptoms of piles. You can go for exercises such as :

  • brisk walking
  • deep breathing exercises
  • stretching exercises
  • aerobics
  • kegel exercises 3 times everyday – the steps for which are:
  1. contracting your pelvic muscles. It is akin to the action you do when you hold urination.
  2. squeeze and hold for three seconds then relax for another 3 seconds.
  3. repeat the exercise 10 times each session, until you can do as many as 15 repetitions.

As it is, there are many best kooko medicine in Ghana but it’s advisable to see the health workers for proper assessment and the right medication will be given to you.

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