Daflon 500mg, relieves heavy legs/leg pain or anal pain.
RELIEVES HEAVY LEGS…
Daflon 500mg is the reference treatment for vein insufficiency, and several studies have proven its efﬁcacy. Daflon 500mg quickly relieves symptoms such as leg pain, heaviness and swelling1-2.
…AND ANAL PAIN…
Many studies have proven Daflon 500mg’s efﬁcacy in treating anal pain. Daflon 500mg quickly alleviates your pain, discomfort, bleeding and itchiness while improving your quality of life3.
To know more about the hemorrhoidal disease and receive some advice, consult our page about anal pain.
The key substance of Daflon 500mg comes from mother nature. Indeed, its production starts with the harvest of immature oranges rich in active substances. These substances are then converted into Daflon 500mg after several pharmaceutical steps.
To get more informations, consult our page about Composition & Production.
WHAT IS DAFLON 500MG’S MODE OF ACTION TO STRENGTHEN YOUR VEIN HEALTH?
Venous insufficiency and anal pain are two diseases which are due to a change or a dysfunction of the venous system.
Daflon 500mg protects and strengthens your vein health, thanks to4-6 :
HOW TO TAKE DAFLON 500MG?
Daflon 500mg is a non-prescription drug available in retail pharmacies. Its posology is different according to the indications:*
- Daflon 500mg’s posology in the treatment of the symptoms linked to venous insufficiency : 2 tablets daily for at least 3 months.
- Daflon 500mg’s posology in the treatment of anal pain :
- 6 tablets daily for the 4 first days followed by 4 tablets daily for 3 days in acute attacks
- And then 2 tablets daily for at least 2 months to prevent recurrence of anal pain.
*For complete information, please refer to the Summary of Product Characteristics
DAFLON 500MG- MICRONIZED PURIFIED FLAVONOID FRACTION (MPFF)
Daflon 500mg is a drug recommended in the treatment of the symptoms of the lower limbs (feeling of heaviness, pain, night cramps) and anal pain3.
Ask advice from your pharmacist. Read attentively the instructions before use. If the symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
References : 1- Nicolaides A et al. Int Angiol.2014 ;33(2):126-139. 2- Carpentier P et al. Int Angiol. 2017 October;36(5):402-409.3- Cospite M. Angiology.1994; 45(6-Part 2):566-573. 4- Pascarella L et al Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 2008;35:102-110. 5- Takase S et al. Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg. 2004;28;484-493. 6- Shoab SS et al. J Vasc Surg. 2000;31:456-461.