Can You Urinate When You Are Taking Intravenous Medication?

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, good night … I’m using the drug flagystatin, can I pee, please?

1 Answer:

Hi Bernadeta,

Flagystatin is an intravenous drug (ovule) that is used to treat fungal, bacterial or parasitic infections in women. I will not discuss a particular brand of medicine, but I will discuss about ovule medicine.

Ovula is a dosage form of a solid drug that is inserted into a woman with the aim of overcoming various problems in womanhood such as infection, inflammation or disturbance in the balance of the female flora. Because this drug is inserted into the woman, it is recommended that drug use is done at night or wait 5 minutes after the drug enters the woman to prevent the drug from returning.

Ovular medicine is inserted into the female, so this drug is not related to the urinary tract and you can urinate if the drug has been completely released / absorbed. If you have doubts or are unclear about this, you can ask this question directly from your doctor to get a detailed explanation about using the right ovule medication.

May be useful,

dr. Budiono

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