Treatment of fungal and bacterial infections
Use one Medicine instead of two
With 7 Applicator
Simultaneous treatment of fungal and bacterial infections | Use one Medicine instead of two
Clindamazole vaginal cream is a combination of clindamycin (2%) and clotrimazole (2%) as an active ingredient. Clotrimazole is an antifungal drug used to treat and reduce itching and vaginal irritation caused by fungal infections such as Candida. Clindamycin is an antibiotic used to treat a number of vaginal bacterial infections. The combination of these two drugs in clindamazole vaginal cream helps to treat fungal and bacterial vaginal infections at the same time.
There are some things to keep in mind when using Clindamazole vaginal cream. Read the warning and caution section for information on them.
Simultaneous treatment of fungal and bacterial infections.
Use one Medicine instead of two.
Easy to use.
Has 7 disposable applicators for hygiene
Complete the duration of your treatment even if you start menstruating.
If you have diarrhea or allergies during or after treatment, stop taking the medicine immediately and see your doctor.
– Due to the presence of secretions, use a sanitary pad and do not use tampons.
Use clean, cotton underwear to prevent re-infection.
Avoid sexual intercourse during the treatment period and up to three days after its end. Note This medicine can have a contraceptive effect Reduce contraceptives made of latex such as condoms, diaphragms and cervical caps. Because clindamazole vaginal cream contains oil-based substances that can destroy or weaken the contraceptive effect of contraceptives.
Avoid taking this medicine at the same time with neuromuscular inhibitors such as Botox.
If you have a history of allergies to clindamycin, lincomycin, clotrimazole, itraconazole, fluconazole and other fungi of this class of medicines (azoles), do not take the medicine.