Gyno Dactazol  (vaginal cream)

Composition:
Each 100g Vaginal Cream contains 2g Miconazole Nitrate.

Therapeutic Indications:
Gyno Dactazol is a broad spectrum anti-fungal, it has activity against common pathogenic fungi (including yeasts and dermatophytes) and certain gram-positive bacteria (staphylococcus and streptococcus SPP).
Gyno Dactazol is for the local treatment of vulvo–vaginal candidosis and superinfections due to susceptible gram-positive bacteria.

Usage:
Administer the content of one applicator (about 5g of vaginal cream) once daily deeply into vagina for 10-14 days, or twice daily for 7 days.
For vulvitis: Apply topically twice daily.
Continue the course of treatment even after symptoms (pruritus and leukorrhoea) have disappeared or menstruation begins.
It may be used in problem recurrent vulvo- vaginal candidiasis as seen in diabetic patients and in woman using oral contraceptives.

Side effects:
Adverse reactions are rare and are mild in most cases.
Occasionally, local irritation has been reported, pruritus and burning sensation, especially at the start of treatment. Rarely, local sensitisation may occur requiring discontinuation of treatment.

Contraindications:
Hypersensitivity to miconazole or another ingredient of the cream.

Drug Interactions:
Contact should be avoided between certain latex products such as contraceptive diaphragms or condoms and Gyno Dactazol Vaginal Cream since the rubber may be damaged by this preparation.

Use in Pregnancy:
It should be used in pregnant women only if in the judgment of the physician the potential benefits outweigh the possible risks.

Presentation:
Carton pack contains aluminum tube of 40g with a vaginal applicator, and leaflet.

 

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