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Is it normal to feel burning sensation in your vagina when using albothyl suppositories? Also, does albothyl cause infertility?
Yes and no:
If it is mild burning then it could be normal. However if the burning is severe and along with painful urination then stop the medicine and contact your doctor.
It does not cause infertility, but if you use it before intercourse it may kill the sperms and decrease the chance of the pregnancy. ...Read more
Does Albothyl Vaginal suppositories or actovegin 80 mg ampoule, interact or contraindicated while using Trileptal 300mg bid? (on Trileptal for 4yrs).
Not on website: This medication is not available in the US but according the manufacturers website there is no contraindication. You can always clarify with the prescribing doctor in your country who may be more familiar with this medication ...Read more
I'm 24 week pregnant and has placenta previa totalis. Isn't safe to use albothyl suppository? Thank you
I bite my inside cheeks, and its bleeding. To prevent sores I used Albothyl to rinsed it. It turned into dark brown spot afterwards. Is it normal?
Bad habit vs. OCD: Do you do other rituals like counting things, walking in a certain way, re-checking things over and over to keep danger away? If so, PERHAPS it is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Please see your doctor. "The Boy who Couldn't Stop Washing" is a helpful book. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Good day, I want to ask why I have green discharge after 4mos of giving birth. Papsmear is negative, done taking albothyl but still have the green dis?
Abnormal: Some infection s particularly pseudomonas cause green drainage. Be checked by gyn. ...Read more
I've been presribed albothyl Policresulen vagina supp for 5 days. What's the effect of it? I experienced clear oily discharge only. Is it working??
Not available here: We do not have this available in US so healthtap doctors are not likely to know much about it. Reading online it states that it is used for nonspecific vaginal inflammation. I would clarify with the prescribing doctor that this is the correct medication and what the expected side effects are. ...Read more
Normally, I have patients lie on their left side and with their fingers push the suppository into their rectum and wait a few minutes before getting up.
Ideally suppositories are taken at night because they are less likely to fall out when lying down. ...Read more
Lubricate&soothe: Prescription and otc suppositories soothe burning from swollen internal hemorrhoids, reducing inflammation and are sometimes combined with pain relieving compounds too. They don't work for outside hemorrhoids/piles, and should be used sparingly and for a short term only.Persistent pain (>7 days) should be evaluated by your physician as it may indicate a more serious problem here. ...Read more
Nothing: Nothing. But why do you want to eat one? ...Read more
Stimulating ones: Some suppositories soothe inflammation, some lubricate, some stimulate. Dulcolax is a common stimulating laxative suppository which commonly causes cramps by irritating the rectal lining to stimulate a bm, but others may do this too. Check with your pharmacist or doc if needed. ...Read more
Yes: In treating constipation, it is always better to start with the mildest treatment first and if there is no or little response then get more aggressive. ...Read more
Rectally: Soothe them, tell them what you are going to do, and very gently place the suppository on the anus and exert slight persistent pressure and it should slip in. ...Read more
Glycerin vs enema: If you are experiencing acute constipation or fecal impaction, home glycerin suppository is a good first step. You may also consider a fleets enema or a mineral oil enema as second line. If these are not working, a visit to your md or an er may be necessary for further management. General recommendation is to focus on prevention by plenty of fluids and high-fiber diet on a day to day basis. ...Read more
Probably safe: If they are simple otc, have been stored correctly and are not antiques you should be fine. If they are a special prescription formula, have been exposed to bad environments and are rancid, moldy, dried out, etc.... Skip it and buy some. Americans are more picky than folk from other countries - expired goods are all some can get in some places. Use common sense and I hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
1st Dietary Measures: Dr mcgraw's answer is true. But if constipated, meaning discomfort with defecation, then more dietary fiber such as prunes or vegies. Also consider if there is anything being eaten that binds the baby. For example, milk/dairy is common cause of constipation in children. Suppositoties are more a last resort in my opinion. ...Read more
Not Long: It works within few minutes with the stools if it works as it is supposed to. Or it gets pushed out. It does not get absorped or stay in rectum for long ...Read more
Yes.: Suppositories usually work pretty quickly. However sometimes they need to be repeated the following day. Before you use such measures you should definitely check with your doctor to make sure this is what you should be doing. ...Read more
MOM or miralax (polyethylene glycol): Milk of magnesia or MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) (glycolax). Puysh the dose until you go. Magnesium citrate and GoLytely work as well. But the bigger question is why are you constipated. If this is new and severe you need to see a physician and may need further testing. ...Read more
Sup use infant:
You can use suppository for an infant
daily until results and outcome i.e.
constipation resolve. The OTC suppository
can be used over a week trial along with
diet, fluids. If abdominal pain occurs, distention
develops, cal and speak to a pediatrician
on staff for further advice thru virtual appt
with Healthtap. Welcome, I am Dr. Ivy Fisher
and available by appt if need further advice. ...Read more
Metrogel but...: Usually we use a pill form but occasionally prescribe a metrogel. It's important that you be examined to determine the cause of the smelly discharge and get the proper medication for treatment. ...Read more
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