Vaginal suppositories are solid, oval-shaped medical treatments that are inserted into the vagina using a plastic applicator. They become liquid within the vagina as they warm to the body's temperature. A vaginal suppository provides targeted relief from conditions affecting the vagina.
It is used to treat yeast infections of the vagina. This medicine is for use in the vagina. Do not take by mouth.
Vaginal clindamycin is used to treat bacterial vaginosis an infection caused by an overgrowth of harmful bacteria in the vagina. Clindamycin is in a class of medications called lincomycin antibiotics. It works by slowing or stopping the growth of bacteria.
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It is used to treat vaginal infections caused by certain bacteria. This medicine may be used for other purposes; ask your health care provider or pharmacist if you have questions. This medicine is only for use in the vagina.
Back to Medicines A to Z. It's used to treat skin infections, rosacea and mouth infections including infected gums and dental abscesses. It's used in the treatment of conditions such as bacterial vaginosis and pelvic inflammatory disease.
Boric acid has been used to treat vaginal infections for over years. Not only is it antiviral and antifungal, but it also works to treat both Candida albicans and the more resistant Candida glabrata yeast strains. Boric acid is available over the counter and can be placed inside gelatin capsules that you insert into your vagina.
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The natural form of this compound is found in volcanic areas in Europe and North America and has been used at least since the time of the ancient Greeks for the purposes of cleaning, preserving food, and other uses. Many of the medical applications for boric acid are connected to its use as an antiseptic and antibacterial agent, for instance in the treatment of minor cuts and burns, and even acne. Being an acid, it also contributes to maintaining normal pH of the vagina.