Canesten Vaginal Cream 6-Day 1% 35g

SWAPS

$16.88 

Canesten Vaginal Cream 1% provides effective treatment of vaginal thrush infections. Relieves symptoms of itching.

 

Thrush (vaginal candidiasis) is a common infection caused by yeast-like fungi. Main symptoms of the condition include itching, burning and discharge. You can rely on Canesten.

Directions

  1. Fully fill one disposable applicator with Canesten cream. 
  2. Insert cream once daily as gently and deeply as possible into the vagina at bedtime for 6 consecutive days.
  3. Consult a doctor if symptoms do not start to clear within 4 days after commencement of treatment.

Ingredients

35g vaginal cream with 6 disposable applicators.
Each gram contains 10mg clotrimazole (1%w/w)
Contains Benzyl alcohol 1% (w/w) a preservative

Warnings

  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Consult a doctor if symptoms do not start to clear within 4 days after commencement of treatment.
  • Consult your doctor if you have not had thrush before.
  • Do not use if you are pregnant, or think you might be.

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional. Your pharmacist's advice is required.

 

 

 

*** Please note that this product is a Scheduled Medicine in Western Australia. In order to ensure this product is appropriate and safe for you to use, we would appreciate it if you could respond to the following questions for us. 

 

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Please send a reply with your order number after purchase, to info@cornerchemist.com.au . Please note that if we are unable to contact your to verify the appropriateness of this product, your order may be cancelled and you will be refunded in full. 

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