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BRAND LISTING - Daflon (Micronized Purified Flavonoid Fraction)
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500mg

DAFLON (MICRONIZED PURIFIED FLAVONOID FRACTION)

Daflon Description

Whether you are bothered by acute hemorrhoidal attacks, experience chronic hemorrhoidal disease, have varicose veins, or have poor circulation in your legs, your doctor may recommend a prescription to purchase Daflon. This micronized purified flavonoid fraction works as a vasoconstrictor to provide relief. Flavonoids are phytonutrients, compounds found in fruit that protect them from fungi, germs, bugs, or other threats and they give the fruit their bright colors. Daflon contains two such plant chemicals known as Diosmin (90%) and Hesperidin (10%) that can tighten the affected veins that can interfere with your ability to move around comfortably, drive, walk, exercise, and cause you to lose sleep.

Daflon Reduces Symptoms of Hemorrhoids and Varicose Veins

When you take Daflon as directed, the flavonoids work together in your blood vessels to constrict them and reduce the blood flow so you will have less bleeding from your hemorrhoids. Daflon restricts the varicose vein blood supply to allow a better controlled pressure of the blood flowing through them while decreasing inflammation. Daflon is also efficient as an addition to taking a fiber supplement to help decrease anal bleeding and allow for more normal bowel movements. For those that have had their hemorrhoids removed surgically, Daflon significantly cuts your recovery time and the risk of post-operative bleeding.

Conditions Treated by Daflon

Varicose veins, also called venous insufficiency, could be a result of weakened or damaged valves in your veins that happens over time. Veins are responsible for carrying blood from your body back to your heart. Your leg muscles squeeze and blood is pushed up and against gravity from your lower body back to your heart with the help of one-way valves that stops the blood from flowing backwards as it moves up your legs. If there are any weaknesses in these ‘flaps’, the blood will leak back into your veins and start to pool with blood. This eventually causes the veins to stretch and bulge, causing noticeable blue, lumpy lower legs.

Improving your fiber intake with more fruits, veggies, and whole grains will help reduce the risk of hemorrhoids. It’s helpful to avoid sitting for long periods of time and try not to strain to have a bowel movement if you are constipated. Natural flavonoids are in many foods and spices so you won’t have to restrict yourself to eating bland foods. Daflon improves the signs and symptom of acute attacks of hemorrhoids by the second day!

Before You Take Daflon

Even though Daflon contains natural ingredients, consult with your doctor about taking it while you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breast feeding to be certain of your baby’s safety. Tell your doctor about other medical conditions or allergies you have and list any current OTC or Rx drugs you take, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements, to be certain Daflon is right for you. If you find Daflon is not providing enough relief, discuss other options for reducing your symptoms, including injections with a sclerosing agent, surgery, or laser treatments.

Daflon Proper Use

Ask your doctor about the safety of taking Daflon long-term (more than 3 months) or if your dosage may require adjusting after your symptoms have subsided. Always check with your doctor before starting new OTC or Rx drugs as they could affect how your body reacts to Daflon. Keep all meds stored out of children's reach and never share them with others.

Possible Side Effects of Daflon

  • Diarrhea
  • Headache
  • Stomach pain

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