Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel


+ Free Shipping

Manufactured by


10 g Gel in Tube

Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel Description

Da Zeagra Long Stay Gelis a local anaesthetic. Zeagra Gel produces a local anaesthetic effect when applied on the skin. It is used to numb the intact skin before needle insertion, surgical procedures, minor skin operations and removal of warts and skin ulcers. Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel is a combination medicine containing prilocaine and lidocaine as active ingredients. It works by blocking the sensations on the skin for short time and hence numbs the skin.


Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel is used to produce local anaesthesia on intact skin before needle insertion or minor surgical procedures.

Contraindications of Zeagra Long Stay Gel

  • If you are allergic to Lidocaine, Prilocaine or any ingredient of Zeagra Gel.
  • If you have experienced an allergy previously after application of local anaesthetics (similar preparations).

Side effects

  • Burning
  • Itching
  • Rashes
  • Pale skin
  • Swelling

Precautions and Warnings of Zeagra Long Stay Gel

Can I apply Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel during pregnancy?
If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant or are planning to have a baby, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using Zeagra Gel. It is unlikely that this cream will produce adverse effects on the foetus if used occasionally. Avoid using it on larger skin areas for a prolonged duration.
Can I apply Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel while breastfeeding?
Components of Zeagra Gel can get absorbed through the skin and may pass into breast milk. However, the quantity is too less to affect the breastfed baby.
Can I drive if I have applied Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel?
Zeagra Gel has no or negligible influence on the ability to drive if used as advised by a doctor or pharmacist.
Can I consume alcohol while using Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel?
Zeagra Gel may not interact with alcohol. Consult your doctor if you drink too often.

Talk to your doctor if

  • You or your child have a problem with blood pigment levels called “methaemoglobinaemia”.
  • You or your child has a rare inherited condition called “glucose6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency”. If you are not sure ask your doctor.
  • You have any heart rhythm disorder and you are taking medicines for that.
  • Do not use this cream on areas with skin rash, cuts, grazes or other open wounds (except leg ulcer).
  • You or your child have an itchy skin condition called ‘atopic dermatitis’.
  • Avoid getting Zeagra Gel in your eyes, as it may cause irritation. If this cream gets in your eyes accidentally immediately rinse well with lukewarm water or salt..

How Does It Work?

Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel works by the combined action of Prilocaine and Lidocaine. It produces anaesthesia by nerve blockage and hence reduces the spread of sensations locally and perception of pain for a short span of time.

Directions for Use

  • Use Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel exactly as described by your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.
  • If you are not sure how to apply and how much to apply, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
  • Do not apply this cream unnecessarily on the skin or on broken or damaged skin.
  • Do not use it near the nose, mouth, eyes, ear or near anus.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Da Zeagra Long Stay Gel”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *