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What is Gyno-Daktarin?
Gyno-Daktarin is a medicine used for the treatment of vaginal fungal infections. Its active ingredient miconazole kills various types of fungi and yeasts. Gyno-Daktarin is intended for local application. This means it treats the infection at the source. In most cases, the symptoms will improve after a few days. Gyno-Daktarin is a prescription-only medicine.
What is Gyno-Daktarin used for?
Gyno-Daktarin is used to treat vaginal fungal infections. These types of infections are very common and are often characterised by an increase of white discharge from the vagina and irritation or itching in the vagina/labia area. They can occur when the vaginal flora is disrupted, for instance due to menstruation or the use of panty liners or perfumed soaps. Gyno-Daktarin kills the fungi and yeasts causing the infection and, by doing so, is very effective at eliminating the symptoms.
How to use Gyno-Daktarin
Gyno-Daktarin is available as vaginal capsules and cream. Gyno-Daktarin cream should be inserted into the vagina using the disposable applicator provided. The cream can also be applied to the outer vagina area (vulva) to relieve the itching and irritation. Gyno-Daktarin vaginal capsules should be inserted into the vagina as deeply as possible using your finger. Both the cream and capsules should be inserted into the vagina just before going to bed to allow the medicine to act while you sleep. It is important to finish the prescribed course of Gyno-Daktarin vaginal cream or capsules, even if it seems the infection has cleared up. For more information, see the package leaflet.
Note: Do not rely on condoms or cervical caps when using Gyno-Daktarin. Miconazole may weaken the rubber up to three days after using it, causing them to break.
Unless otherwise instructed by the doctor, the recommended dose is:
- Gyno-Daktarin cream: insert one dose of cream into the vagina at bedtime for 10 days.
- Gyno-Daktarin vaginal capsule: insert one 1200-mg capsule into the vagina (single-dose treatment).
Consult a doctor if the symptoms have not improved after seven days. Read the package leaflet before use.
Gyno-Daktarin cream and vaginal capsules are generally well tolerated, although some people may experience the following side effects:
- Vaginal itching or burning after application;
Consult a doctor if the side effects are severe or if you experience side effects that are not listed here. For more information on possible side effects, see the package leaflet.
When not to use Gyno-Daktarin
Gyno-Daktarin is not suitable for everyone. Do not use this antifungal medicine if:
- You are allergic to miconazole or any other ingredient in this medicine.
Tell your doctor what medicines you are already using before you start treatment with this medicine to make sure the combination is safe.
This medicine can be used safely by pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Gyno-Daktarin does not affect your reaction time.
Gyno-Daktarin cream and vaginal capsules are used to treat vaginal fungal infections. See here to order Gyno-Daktarin discreetly at a reduced price.
This medicine does not interact with alcohol.