How do you use vaginal cleansing film?
Vaginal cleansing film is inserted into the vagina and instantly it begins dissolving. The film is safe and has a gentle fragrance that lasts all day.
This would be a vaginal discharge. It is normal. It is your bodies way of cleansing itself. You might want to start cleansing your vaginal area with a sensitive soap such as baby soap or Aveeno gentle cleanser if there is an unpleasant odor. This is also a sign of the possibility of you getting your menstrual period soon.
IN A NORMAL SITUATION, when (healthy) urine comes out of your body, it is sterile. Urine, for the purpose of spreading B B Pathogens, is not considered a "bodily fluid" like blood, semen and vaginal secretions. HOWEVER, in cases of illness or disease where there is blood in the urine, I imagine it could spread a B B Pathogen. For personal cleansing I would use a good antibacterial scrub, such as surgical scrub PREPODYNE. For…
Yes, it is okay. Tampons pose significant risk of vaginal infections such as Bacterial Vaginosis and yeast infections by altering vaginal pH, preventing vaginal cleaning, encouraging high bacterial growth, and may brands contain chemicals that may also increase risks. Thus if you're prone to vaginal infections or if your vaginal flora is a little off-balance it does increase risks, and certainly you shouldn't use tampons during a vaginal infection. Otherwise it's okay.
Yes, you can use a yeast infection treatment during menstruation - do remember not to use tampons if you have a vaginal infection as tampons can make the infection worse, also if your vaginal flora is off-balance it can mean you're at higher risk of bacterial vaginal infections and that the bacteria responsible for TSS may be present or able to multiply to higher levels.
No, it's not a good idea to use tampons during any sort of vaginal infection. Tampons are a major cause of vaginal infections and can make vaginal infections worse because they give harmful flora the perfect place to multiply, prevent vaginal cleaning, and change vaginal pH. When vaginal flora is off balance it is more likely that the bacteria responsible for TSS are present too.
It shouldn't hurt to insert tampons, as long as you're relaxed and using tampons correctly. Make sure that you're relaxed - if you're tense vaginal muscles tense causing the vaginal walls to tighten, thus you have to try to push the tampon through a narrower vaginal canal and against vaginal muscles, it's also more likely you'll push the tampon into the vaginal walls. Make sure you're using correct absorbency too, only use tampons with full…
Monistat is used to treat vaginal infections - tampons should never be used during a vaginal infection. Tampons are a major cause of vaginal infections as they encourage harmful bacterial growth, prevent vaginal cleaning, and effect vaginal pH - thus could make your infection worse or trigger another infection, using tampons when your vaginal flora i sout of balance also increases risks of toxic shock syndrome. The treatment needs to be allowed to readjust your…
yes you can use the vaginal cream while on your period. I had BV as well, OYGBN prescribed the vaginal cream. Today will be my first day using it so hope it works but I asked the pharmacist if it was ok because I was going to be starting my period on sunday and she said that it can be used while on my period.