Vaginal suppository instructions
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For women over 65 or had cancer treatment, we do not recommend the NeuEve applicator. You can use your fingers to insert the suppositories. Fingers are more gentle and easier to get a painless insertion. After your dryness is largely relieved, they can start using an applicator, if you want, for better delivery of the suppository.
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How to Use Vaginal Tablets, Suppositories, and Creams
Doctors recommend the different forms of suppositories for different medical conditions and purposes. People place some in the rectum and others in the vagina. Less commonly, a person will need to use urethral suppositories. We also provide some helpful troubleshooting tips and advice for people who need to use this type of medication. Suppositories are another way to deliver drugs to the body when other routes, such as oral, cannot be used. A suppository is small and may be round, oval, or cone-shaped. A substance, such as cocoa butter or gelatin, surrounds the medication.
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Terconazole Vaginal Cream, Vaginal Suppositories
Drug information provided by: IBM Micromedex. Vaginal estrogen products usually come with patient directions. Read them carefully before using this medicine. Wash your hands before and after using the medicine.
Although life enters the world through this portal, the majority of women I work with still talk about their vaginas as if they are a separate or segregated part of their bodies. Women are worried if they look and smell right and are often fearful or uncomfortable even talking about them. This results in a slew of vaginal and emotional health concerns that go undiscussed until they turn into major problems.