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|1 tube (78g)||£34.99|
More information about Gyno-Daktarin
Gyno-Daktarin is an antifungal cream that is proven to reduce symptoms within the first few days of infection. Primarily used for fungal infections in the vagina, Gyno-Daktarin is particularly effective at combating thrush, a condition that affects 75% of women in the UK at some point in their lives.
Thrush is extremely common as well as often recurrent, so Gyno-Daktarin is often used by women who have had thrush before. Moreover, you can use both Gyno-Daktarin cream and tablets such as Diflucan together.
The active ingredient miconazole works by stopping the fungi in the genital region from producing ergosterol, which is a substance that is vital for the survival of the cells. Without ergosterol, the cell membrane begins to break down, making it vulnerable to other substances, which damage and then eventually kill the fungi.
In other words, by halting the progress of the fungus, Gyno-Daktarin allows your body to combat vaginal thrush. The miconazole cream also has the dual purpose of targeting certain bacteria that can also cause or worsen an infection.
Gyno-Daktarin (miconazole) can effectively treat the vaginal thrush infection whilst reducing the uncomfortable symptoms associated with it within days and this is often the only plus women need when it comes to thrush. The vaginal cream is designed to ease these symptoms, and the medication pack contains applicators so you can apply the cream inside your vagina cleanly and effectively. This is an especially popular medication for recurrent infections, as it can be used alongside other popular thrush medications like Diflucan.
As well as reducing the uncomfortable symptoms, Gyno-Daktarin cream offers extra benefits:
It's worth mentioning that applying the cream as instructed will offer you the maximum level of these benefits.
The Gyno-Daktarin pack contains the cream and a box of applicators. You can use the applicators to apply the cream if you're uncomfortable using your fingers, or if you need relief more internally than externally.
This vaginal thrush cream is available in a single dosage which is proven to help clear up thrush in one dose depending on the severity of the outbreak. Your doctor will be able to advise you on how often to apply and for how long. One tube of Gyno-Daktarin miconazole cream contains 2% 78g.
Miconazole is very well tolerated and it's highly unlikely you'll experience any serious side effects. Those side effects classed as "common" as still only experienced by a small number of women and this will be:
If you've noticed any change in health whilst using Gyno-Daktarin, contact your GP for a review.
Gyno-Daktarin is a very safe medication and is suitable for the majority of women. However, if you are allergic to any of the ingredients contained in the vaginal cream then you should not use this treatment. You should also exercise caution if you are pregnant or breastfeeding and should speak to your doctor to confirm whether the benefit of using the treatment outweighs the risk.
If you wish to buy Gyno-Daktarin online, then you can do so safely and securely at HealthExpress. You will need to complete an online consultation if you wish to buy Gyno-Daktarin online, but this is a completely free stage of the process and will not place you under any obligation to buy the medication. This consultation will be viewed by our doctor who will issue a prescription if it is appropriate to do so. This prescription will then be filled and dispatched by our pharmacy and sent to you via the delivery method of your choice.
|Description||Gyno-Daktarin is an antifungal cream used to treat fungal infections like vaginal thrush|
|Exemption||Subject to medical prescription|
|Available dosage(s)||2% 78g|
|Application||Women over 18 with symptoms of vaginal thrush|
|Usage||Apply inside the vagina 2 times a day for 7 days|
|Alcohol consumption||No influence|
|When breastfeeding||Studies have shown no affect, contact your doctor for further advice|
|When pregnant||Caution is recommended, ask your doctor and read the leaflet thoroughly for each treatment|
Note: Decisions about treatment are for both the prescriber and the person to jointly consider during the consultation. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber’s.