Clindamazol Vaginal Cream

Simultaneous treatment of fungal and bacterial infections / Use of one drug instead of two drugs

Clindamazole vaginal cream is a combination of clindamycin (2%) and clotrimazole (2%) as active ingredients. Clotrimazole is a wide range antifungal drug used in the treatment of fungal infections and in the reduction of vaginal itching and burning due to yeast. Clindamycin is an antibiotic used to treat a number of vaginal bacterial infections. The combination of these two drugs in the vaginal clindamazol cream helps to cure both fungal and bacterial vaginal infections.

Advantages:

Simultaneous treatment of fungal and bacterial infections.

Use one drug instead of two.

Easy to use.

7 disposable applicators for hygiene reasons

prohibited usage:

If you have a history of allergies to clindamycin, linkomycin, clotrimazole, itraconazole, fluconazole, and other fungi of this medicine (azoles), avoid taking this medicine.

warnings and precautions:

  • Continue medicine for full time of treatment, even if menstruation begins.
  • Discontinue immediately and contact with your physician if diarrhea or colitis develops.

Follow all health principles. Use a sanitary pad and do not use tampons because of the discharge. Use clean underwear to prevent reinfection.

Avoid intercourse during treatment. Please note that do not use contraceptives with latex material such as condoms, diaphragms, and cervical caps, during using thid drug and for up to three days after treatment. This drug can reduce contraceptive effect because Clindamazole vaginal cream contains oil-based substances that can destroy or weaken the contraceptive effect of contraceptives.

Avoid concomitant use with drugs of the nervous system, such as Botox.