Buy Canesten Pessary Online in the UK
Canesten 500mg tablets Pessary is a complete therapy regimen for vaginal thrush (candidiasis). It is put into the vagina to treat the infection at the location.
Clotrimazole is the active ingredient in Canesten 500mg Pessary.
Clotrimazole is an antifungal agent that attacks the source of infections such as vaginal thrush. It belongs to the azole class of medications.
Canesten Pessary is a single dose pessary, containing an applicator which treats vaginal thrush. Canesten Pessary can be bought from Oxford Online Pharmacy.
Unless otherwise ordered by your doctor, put the pessary as high as possible into the vagina, preferably before going to bed, for convenient and comfortable treatment.
Wash your hands before touching the applicator and the foil blister pack, and then again after using it.
- Remove the applicator from its packing and pull off the plunger (with the red lock attached).
- Remove the pessary from the foil blister pack and insert it into the open end of the applicator, curved edge down. Plunge the plunger into the applicator until you hear a click.
- Remove the lock from the plunger once you've felt the click.
- Carefully put the applicator into the vagina as deep as is comfortable (this is easiest when resting on your back with your knees bent up) up to the patterned grip zone. Maintain the applicator in the patterned grip zone. To dispense the vaginal pessary, carefully push the plunger all the way down until it stops.
- Take out the applicator. Place the applicator in a secure location that is out of reach of children.
Canesten 500mg, like all medications, Pessary can have negative effects, albeit not everyone experiences them.
Some people may be allergic to the pessary, as with any medication. If you are allergic to the medication, you will have a reaction soon after taking it.
If you have an adverse reaction or if the redness, burning, pain, itching, or swelling worsens, stop using this medication immediately and call your doctor or the Accident and Emergency Department of your nearest hospital. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include:
- Issues with swallowing or breathing.
- Lips, face, throat, or tongue swelling.
- Weakness, dizziness, or fainting.
- Itching, rash, swelling, redness, discomfort, burning, irritation, vaginal discharge after using the pessary.