The Safety Of Using Vaginal Discharge Drugs When Running A Pregnancy Program?
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It needs to be clarified beforehand, what complaints have you experienced so that you intend to consume neo gynoxa? Are you taking the drug on a prescription from a doctor?
Neo gynoxa is a medicine that contains metronidazole and nystatin as active ingredients. This drug is useful in treating vaginal discharge caused by infection with Trichomonas vaginalis and Candida albicans. Leucorrhoea caused by this infection is generally characterized by a pungent aroma, abnormal color (can be thick white like cheese, yellowish, or greenish), thick consistency, feels itchy, and also a considerable amount.
The consumption of this drug does not actually affect fertility, nor does it reduce the potential for pregnancy of women who are undergoing a pregnancy program. However, you need to know that this drug is contraindicated for women who are pregnant in the first trimester. Therefore, before using this medicine, you need to make sure you are not pregnant.
In addition, the drugs that you mentioned are also not included in the free drug category. Therefore, its use is only safe when done on a doctor's prescription. The use of this drug without the right medical indication risks causing side effects such as allergies, headaches, vertigo, nausea, diarrhea, seizures, peripheral neuropathy, and so on. Its consumption with other drugs also has the potential to affect the effectiveness of these drugs.
If you are taking the drug without a prescription from a doctor, we recommend that you do not take it first. Check with your doctor first so you can identify the cause and the best treatment to overcome it. In addition to conducting interviews and a physical exam, your doctor may also suggest that you undergo a urine test or examination of vaginal mucus for microscopic examination. That way, you can determine what kind of handling is best for dealing with your complaint.
To deal with vaginal discharge, you should be more careful in maintaining the cleanliness of your intimate organs, including regularly cleaning them every shower and after going to the bathroom. Avoid using dirty and hot underwear. Also avoid risky sexual behavior. And, don't use vaginal care products that are irritating, for example, vaginal fragrances, pantyliners, and so on.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah