I Say Vaginal Infection
What is I Say Vaginal Infection?
I Say Vaginal Infection is a personal care product that treats and prevents vaginal problems. It contains active ingredients, such as cranberry active extract, that adhere to the vaginal wall and restore the pH value in the vagina. As a result, vaginal discomfort will disappear and new infections will be prevented. I Say Vaginal Infection tablets are available without a prescription.
What is it used for?
This product is intended for women who experience vaginal discomfort such as itching, an increase in vaginal discharge or foul-smelling discharge, irritated or swollen labia, and vaginal redness. These symptoms are often caused by a fungal infection (candida) or bacterial infection. I Say Vaginal Infection tablets optimise the vaginal flora and restore the acidity level. This stabilises the growth of fungi and bacteria and takes care of symptoms such as itching, irritation and unpleasant odours.
I Say Vaginal Infection can also be used to prevent symptoms when you expect that the bacterial equilibrium in your vagina will be disrupted, for example due to reduced immunity or the use of antibiotics.
How to use I Say Vaginal Infection
I Say Vaginal Infection tablets should be inserted as deeply as possible into the vagina using your fingers. Insert the tablet just before going to bed to allow the medicine to act while you sleep. It is important that you finish the course. Stopping early could cause the infection to return. Consult your doctor if your symptoms have not improved within five days. The vaginal tablets can also be used when you are having your period.
The recommended dose for treating vaginal symptoms is:
- Women and girls aged 16 and above: one tablet inserted into the vagina once daily for 14 days.
The recommended dose for preventing vaginal symptoms is:
- Women and girls aged 16 and above: one tablet inserted into the vagina every other day for 14 days.
Always follow the dosage instructions and read the package leaflet carefully before use. Unless otherwise advised by a doctor, I Say Vaginal Infection is not recommended for use in girls under the age of 16.
In general, vaginal tablets do not cause side effects. Occasionally the tablet does not dissolve completely and can partially exit the body. This does not affect the tablet’s effectiveness. Using a panty liner will protect your underwear from seepage. If you do experience side effects, you should consult a doctor.
When not to use this product
Do not use I Say Vaginal Infection if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. Check the package leaflet for a list of ingredients. Do not use the vaginal tablets after the expiration date has passed.
I Say Vaginal Infection tablets should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women without consulting a doctor first.
This product does not interact with alcohol or affect your ability to drive safely.