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Gyno Travogen Ovule Why Itchy After Use
I used gyno travogen ovule on january 11 and I didn't expect my period to come in jan 13, do I have to get another gyno travogen? Or 1st should be ok?
Any time: Any time is OK, but most women take once daily vaginal treatments at bedtime. ...Read more
Vag Anti-fungal: May cause topical irritation in a very small percentage of the population. ...Read more
Hello! Lately ive been having vaginal itch and unusual discharge. I took polygynax ovules few weeks ago. At first it away but now its itchy agai?
Yeast: Vaginal itching and discharge can indicate infections like yeast or stis like herpes. It can indicate an allergic reaction to household products like certain soaps and laundry detergents. There are also some skin conditions liked lichen sclerosis which can cause vaginal itching. Start with an over the counter yeast cream. If not improving schedule a visit. ...Read more
Can I use the gyno travogen 7 day in one day? Because I need relief but I have no 1 day available at any pharmacy near me.
Hello. I made a mistake and used lotriderm cream instead of travogen cream in my vagina because it was itching is this dangerous?
Lotriderm: Lotriderm is a combination steroid and anti-fungal while travogen is a combination anti-fungal and anti-bacterial. Normally we wouldn't advise using a steroid inside the vagina. If you applied it on the outside, it will not be harmful at all. If inside, it may make the situation worse depending on the cause of the itching. ...Read more
I'm currently taking gyno travogen due to vagina irritation. Notice that the first time inserting it. My appetite changes n I feel neasue. Y is tt so?
Maybe: Not likely, but nausea is a common side effect of many, many medications taken orally. Vaginal application of medications is not a common source. ...Read more
Is travogen (isoconazole) 150 mg just one-capsule-one-time effective for vaginal yeast infection?
Should be: May have to take once/week for several weeks if one dose not work. ...Read more
Dear dr. My doctor recommended me gyno- travogen for my fungal infection. Right now I am 12 weeks pregnant. I inserted it once and saw blood on the tube after taking it out. Is it safe?
Bleeding: When you're pregnant, your cervix is friable (bleeds easily). You likely inserted the cream a bit too far inside. I would notify your OB and just confirm he/she doesn't want you evaluated. I prefer using oral diflucan (fluconazole) or the suppositories because of this common issue. ...Read more
My vagina and vulva have been itchy for a few days, usually at night. Slight spotting now. One partner, clean pap. What can it be? Gyno appt. Monday.
Itch: Itch is the need to or desire to scratch. Receptors in the skin transmit sensation to the brain or spinal; cord. There is actually a scratch reflex simialr to a pain reflex (you get stuck with a pin and jump). Histamine is a chemicla releaed by cells in response to certain stimualtions, histamine cause local itchy response by stimulating nerve fibers. Mechanical irritation also stimuates these. ...Read more
Itch: Depending on the cause of the itch, there are a number of treatments available. Some are topical in nature, to include over the counter and prescription medications. Others are taken systemically. Your doctor can help you determine the underlying cause of the itch, and then help you treat the symptoms and the condition. ...Read more
Uncommon: Caffeine being a stimulant could activate itching but would be an uncommon response. However if you demonstrate the effect repeatedly, it must be valid that it affects you in that manner and I suppose you could block the reaction by taking an antihistamine a half hour before drinking a caffeinated beverage. ...Read more
Many possible causes: There are many things that could cause the skin to itch. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Treat the Cause!: Generalized itching has many causes. If you want longterm relief see a physician and be evaluated. Skin issues like dry skin, but also internal diseases like of the liver or kidney may cause this. Finding the cause determines the treatment. Treatments include medications, like antihistamines (diphenhydramine, wet- dressings, cool baths/showers, light therapy, and otc or rx anti-itch products. ...Read more
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