Manforce Stay Long Gel (08 gm)
Manforce Staylong Gel is a local anesthetic medication belonging to the class of numbing medications. It is used to produce local numbness (anesthesia) on the skin before surgical procedures or injections. Pain is a symptom caused by the nervous system and can vary in intensity and sensation from person to person.
Manforce Staylong Gel contains two amide-type local anesthetics: Lidocaine and Prilocaine. These medications work by blocking the entry of sodium ions into the nerves’ surrounding membrane, preventing the initiation and conduction of nerve impulses. This results in an anesthetic effect, reducing the sensation of pain.
It is important to use Manforce Staylong Gel as directed by your doctor. Avoid applying it to broken, irritated skin, or open wounds unless specifically instructed by your doctor. Some common side effects may include reactions at the application site such as burning, itching, redness, and irritation. Most of these side effects are temporary and do not require medical attention. However, if these side effects persist, it is advisable to consult your doctor.
Before using Manforce Staylong Gel, inform your doctor about your medical history, particularly if you have broken skin or an infection in the area where the gel is to be applied. It is also important to disclose any history of heart disease, liver disease, or a blood disorder called methemoglobinemia. Inform your doctor if you are planning to become pregnant, are already pregnant, or are breastfeeding. In case the gel comes into contact with the eyes, nose, mouth, rectum, or vagina, rinse with water immediately. Avoid applying the gel on swollen skin areas or deep puncture wounds.
Make sure to inform your doctor about your overall health condition and any medications you are taking to rule out potential side effects or drug interactions with Manforce Staylong Gel.