The Most Recommended Way To Use Medication Preparations Through The Vagina?
Tonight, want to ask. I read in this forum how to use ovules is in a sitting position, can it be used in a supine position, before going to bed? 2. When using the ovules at night, does the next day need to wash (in) the vagina or leave it alone? 3. In the midst of the use of ovules, is it okay to have sex? For example, a doctor prescribes 4 days for each night, on the second day in the morning can you have sex? Thank you, hopefully you are willing to answer the questions above.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Ovula is a form of drug preparation that is administered by inserting it into the vagina. Drugs that enter the body through this method are believed to be absorbed faster than drugs that enter the mouth. But of course, not all drugs can be entered into the body through this method, only a portion of the drug that has been specifically designed.
Regarding your question, actually one of the most recommended ways is to put the medicine while on your back, when it is time to sleep. This is because by lying down, there is no gravitational force that pulls the drug out, so the drug stays in your vagina. While it is recommended during sleep time, the reason is because the more does not move much, the less likely the drug to come out, and if you have to lie down for a long time, the most comfortable time is approaching bedtime. So you may do it.
Then for whether the next day you need to wash your vagina or not, it's not necessary. Just like you don't need to rinse your mouth after taking a drug that is either in the form of syrup, tablets, or suction medication that is placed under the tongue. The medicine will be absorbed by the body and even if there is rest, it is not dangerous.
To have sex, if done immediately after the drug is inserted it is certainly not permissible, because the medicine can come out. But if the pause has been all night, or more than that, it should not matter if you want to have sex. But for this, not all conditions allow it. For example if you are infected with a fungus, or use certain drugs, you should still not have sex even if given a pause. So our advice, to avoid misunderstanding, you should ask your doctor who prescribed the drug directly. Because although both ovules, with so many types and purposes, the answer can be different. So, hopefully answering your question.