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Pramoxine (Itch-X, PramaGel, Anti-Itch, and others) is a topical anesthetic prescribed for the temporarily relief of pain and itching associated with burns, rashes, sunburn, eczema, hives, cold sores, insect bites, poison ivy, poison ivy, poison sumac, vaginal itching, and hemorrhoids. Side effects, drug interactions, and pregnancy safety should be reviewed prior to using.

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Terms related to pramoxine and benzyl alcohol:

  • Anti-Itch
  • benzyl alcohol and pramoxine
  • Itch-X
  • PramaGel