Proktis-MM® is a rectal suppository, formulated with hyaluronic acid, designed to treat and heal hemorrhoids and fissures of the anus and rectum.

The rectal suppository

  • Has been developed after collaborating numerous medical histories of hemorrhoids and fissures.
  • Prevents radiation-induced acute proctitis.
  • Contains hyaluronic acid that hydrates tissue and provides lubrication.
  • Speeds up the healing process by helping nutrients into the cells to repair damaged1.

Proktis-M® has been successfully used in Europe, by men and women suffering from anal fissures, for over 15 years!

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Proktis-M® is available in Canada exclusively online.
Each box contains 10 suppositories (representing 10 days of therapy).
No plastic applicator needed.

Proktis-M® does not need a prescription.

What Makes Proktis-M® Different?

Hyaluronic acid (sodium hyaluronate) is the main active ingredient which:
  • Hydrates the tissue
  • Provides lubrication
  • Enhances wound healing
The non-medicinal ingredients further aid the healing process and help to reduce inflammation including:
  • Aloe vera
  • Calendula officinalis
  • Centella asiatica
  • Tea tree oil

Case Studies for Proktis-M®

Studies demonstrate that Proktis-M® helps symptomatic relief of hemorrhoids and healing of anal mucosa and fissures.


A study that used Proktis-M® post-operatively for severe Grade III/IV hemorrhoids, found significantly more advanced healing after 2, 3, and 4 weeks2.


A study that used Proktis-M® for anal fissures found that pain gradually reduced after 1 week due to healing3.

How to use Proktis-M®


Once Daily
(at bed time, after bowel movement)


How to Purchase

Proktis-M® is available to order through PHARMEX Direct, a fully accredited Canadian mail order pharmacy. Patients can order online from the comfort of their own home:

Speak to a Canadian pharmacist about your symptoms

or call (toll-free) 1.800.663.8637

Diagnosing Hemorrhoids at Home

How do you know if you have hemorrhoids and when to see a doctor? You can usually detect hemorrhoids at home.

You can self diagnose for hemorrhoids at home if

  • There is discomfort, itching or pain around the anus
  • There is blood on the toilet paper or toilet bowl
  • There are moist pink bumps bulging from or around the anus

When to see a doctor

Please call your doctor if you see any rectal bleeding at all. It could be something more than just benign hemorrhoids.

If you feel no better after treating hemorrhoids by yourself, make an appointment with your doctor.

Diagnosing Anal Fissures at Home

Anal fissures are tears in the lining of the anus caused by trauma or injury. They occur because of large and hard stools.

Self diagnose yourself for anal fissures if you have

  • Pain, burning or itching
  • Discomfort in the anal region
  • Prolonged discomfort
  • Bleeding

When to see a doctor

Usually anal fissures can heal by themselves but if you have prolonged discomfort or bleeding, then make an appointment with your doctor.

Your doctor may conduct tests on you to determine the extent of the problem.

Proktis-M® can relieve you of these symptoms, right in the early stages, without any side effects.

Order online now. Each pack contains 10 suppositories.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1. How long does it take for hemorrhoids and fissures to treat and heal?

    Most hemorrhoids and anal fissures heal with home treatments and take a few days.

    If your condition persists for 8 - 12 weeks, it is considered chronic, and will need medical intervention.

  • 2. Will it hurt to administer the rectal suppository?

    Rectal suppositories do not hurt when they are inserted into the rectum. Apply lubrication before insertion. If you do not have any lubrication, apply a small amount of water.

  • 3. What’s the difference between hemorrhoids and fissures?

    Hemorrhoids and fissures are different kinds of injuries.

    An anal fissure is a tear in the anal walls. It is more painful than hemorrhoids.

    Hemorrhoids are because of weak tissue in the lower rectum which causes the skin to fill with blood and blow up like a balloon.

  • 4. How can I treat and heal hemorrhoids and fissures at home?

    You can heal mild hemorrhoids and fissures at home by taking the right diet and supplements. The correct medication can avert the worst.

    You can heal yourself by -

    • Eating foods high in fiber - Eat fruits and vegetables. Whole grains contain a lot of fiber too. This softens the stool and prevents worsening of hemorrhoids and fissures.
    • Using topical treatments - Use over the counter medication like hemorrhoid creams and suppositories like Proktis-M®. These will relieve your symptoms.
    • Soaking in sitz baths - Soak in sitz baths for 10 to 15 minutes. Repeat this 2 - 3 times a day. This will relieve the pain and help hemorrhoids heal faster.
    • Popping pain relievers - If you have a lot of pain, there’s no harm in taking a few painkillers like ibuprofen.
    • Drinking lots of water - Drink lots of water to ease the waste out without constipation. It is recommended to drink 6 - 8 glasses a day, you may drink a little more.