How To Use Oral Ointment?
I want to ask how to use oral and oval ointment?
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Are you referring to oval ointment as an ovule or tablet for the vagina?
Basically an oral ointment is an ointment containing certain drugs which mix with certain carriers which makes the drug can stick to the oral mucosa for a longer time (which is always wet and often exposed to saliva). How to use oral ointment is the same as skin ointment which is used in lesions in the mouth (for example in the use of drugs for canker sores, you can put a little ointment on your fingertips and stick it on your thrush, medicine for pain relievers you can apply on the painful part in mouth). Make sure you have washed your hands thoroughly with soap before taking the medicine and after applying the medicine.
For drugs in the form of ovules (vaginal tablets), there are various kinds of shapes themselves, some that you can insert with the applicator, some that you can enter directly without the applicator. When using the applicator, you can place the drug on the applicator, insert the applicator into the vagina, and push the lever on the applicator to remove the drug from the applicator. If you don't use the applicator, you can hold the medicine with your thumb and middle finger, put it in the vagina, push with your index finger as deep as possible into the vagina. Just like before, make sure you have washed your hands thoroughly with soap before and after entering the medicine.
Generally, there is a drug packaging method of use, follow the method of use in the package or ask for instructions for use from the pharmacist at the place you buy the drug.
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