PREVENT VAGINAL INFECTION

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What is Vaginal infections ?

A vaginal infection, also called vaginitis, is the inflammation of the vagina that causes changes in vaginal discharge, itching, odor and other signs. 3 out of 4 will get a vaginal infection* during their life. Some women will have it more than once** * Vulvovaginal Candidiasis (VVC) ** Xianling Zeng et al, Hindawi BioMed Research International Volume 2018, Article ID 9703754, 8 pages https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/9703754 Clindamycin 100 mg+ Clotrimazole 200 mg Vaginal Suppositories Lactic Acid IP 1% w/v + Lactoserum 0.9% w/v Intimate Wash

What is Vaginal infections ?

Causes of vaginal infections

Poor hygiene: Unclean genital area Use of public toilets Wearing underwear that is tight or non-cotton Use of intrauterine device Sexual activity with a new partner or multiple partner Uncontrolled diabetes Use of douches, perfumes feminine hygiene sprays Use of antibiotics Clindamycin 100 mg+ Clotrimazole 200 mg Vaginal Suppositories Lactic Acid IP 1% w/v + Lactoserum 0.9% w/v Intimate Wash

Causes of vaginal infections

Symptoms of vaginal infections

Itching or burning around the vagina Burning while urinating Change in the amount, color or odor of vaginal discharge 95oC An urge to urinate more often Stomach or abdominal pain or cramping Clindamycin 100 mg+ Clotrimazole 200 mg Painful sexual intercourse Vaginal Suppositories Chills or fever Lactic Acid IP 1% w/v + Lactoserum 0.9% w/v Intimate Wash

Symptoms of vaginal infections

Types of Vaginal infections

Bacterial Vaginosis Yeast Infection Cause: Fungus Vaginal discharge: Thick, white and looks like cottage, cheese, strong but not foul smell Yeast infections can cause vaginal itching Cause: Bacteria Vaginal discharge: Watery, gray in color, heavy and foulsmelling There may be pain during urinating and itching around the vagina Trichomoniasis Vaginitis Cause: Sexually transmitted by a parasite Heavy discharge with odor, itching and painful sexual intercourse and urination may occur Treatment depends on the cause, type of vaginitis, severity, duration and recurrence of infection Clindamycin 100 mg+ Clotrimazole 200 mg Vaginal Suppositories Lactic Acid IP 1% w/v + Lactoserum 0.9% w/v Intimate Wash

Types of Vaginal infections

Your healthcare practitioner may prescribe:

Vaginal suppositories Antifungal pills Clindamycin 100 mg+ Clotrimazole 200 mg Vaginal Suppositories Intimate Wash Lactic Acid IP 1% w/v + Lactoserum 0.9% w/v Intimate Wash

Your healthcare practitioner may prescribe:

Clindamycin 100 mg+

Clotrimazole 200 mg Vaginal Suppositories Lactic Acid IP 1% w/v + Lactoserum 0.9% w/v Intimate Wash

Clindamycin 100 mg+

Clean diaphragms and spermicidal

applications with hot soapy water and rinse well Do not wear tight jeans, non-cotton panties and clothing that can trap moisture Use intimate hygiene wash (With pH balance) Do not use irritating soaps, feminine hygiene sprays, perfumed toilet paper or perfumed tampons Use condoms Do not douche After a bowel movement, wipe from front to back, away from the vagina Do not spend a while day wearing same panty liner Change pads often during your periods Stay away from public toilets Change out of wet clothing and swimsuits right away Use a soothing product after removing pubic hair Clindamycin 100 mg+ Clotrimazole 200 mg Vaginal Suppositories Lactic Acid IP 1% w/v + Lactoserum 0.9% w/v Intimate Wash

Clean diaphragms and spermicidal



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