Is it GAF right for me?
If you currently present symptoms and have been diagnosed with puritus ani, anal fissure, haemorrhoids and anal fistula/abcess then GAF could be helpful.
How do I apply GAF?
Wash hands and cover index finger with finger cot (optional). Squeeze GAF gel from the tube along the index finger from the tip to the first joint. This is known as “Finger Tip Unit” (FTU). A very thin layer of GAF should be applied after every wash. GAF works as a barrier gel whilst reducing the symptoms and improving your healing. Instead of finger cots, index finger could be also gloved or wrapped in a plastic wrap.
How often can I use GAF?
Recommended administration of GAF is twice a day and after each evacuation otherwise advised by your health care provider.
Is GAF safe to use? Does GAF has any side effects?
GAF is 100% safe to use. There has been no adverse effect reported from the use of GAF. There has been no reported case of contraindications nor drug interactions from using GAF.
Do I need a prescription to get GAF?
No, you do not need a prescription to get GAF.
When should I not use GAF?
If you experiencing excessive pain, bleeding, difficulty on passing stool and have reported any previous allergies to any of the component of GAF and if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should contact your medical health provider before using GAF.