Ferric Subsulfate, Monsel's Solution

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Ferric subsulfate solution is a styptic or hemostatic agent used after superficial skin biopsies.[1] Ferric subsulfate solution is also known as basic ferric sulfate solution or Monsel's solution. It has a recognised formula published in United States Pharmacopeia 29. Contents 1 Active ingredients 2 Storage 3 Other uses 4 Brandnames 5 History 6 References Active ingredients Ferric subsulfate solution is prepared from ferrous sulfate, sulfuric acid and nitric acid. It...

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Is Monsels solution safe for treating grandular bleeding 4 weeks after a hysterectomy? Does it burn after applied? ## Monsel's Solution is a Ferric Subsulfate Solution, it can help stop bleeding, but it only meant to be used on minor, topic cuts and abrasions. As to burning, I do not know, but since it is a styptic agent, I would have to assume their could be some minor burning associated with it. Has anyone else used this? ## My GYN used this on me after a routine pap smear. Due to BC pill use, I have an overgrowth of mucus cells that ruputured during the exam. It did not burn during the application; however, I did have discomfort for the next 24 hours that felt like irration from a bad yeast infection. There is also a yellowish discharge that has continued now about 36 hours after...

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Ferric Subsulfate, Monsel's Solution
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