Klovinal Vaginal Pessary: For Treating Chronic Toilet Infection
- There are six pessaries in a pack
- It is highly effective for treating vagina infections like Candidiasis, Bacteria Vaginosis
- It should not be used during menstruation
- Direction Of Use:One  Klovinal pessary should be inserted into the vagina as deeply as possible once daily.It should be used for six  days
Klovinal is a vaginal pessary that contains Clotrimazole, Metronidazole and Lactobacillus Spores. It is indicated for the treatment of vaginal infections- both fungal and bacterial infections such as Vulvovaginal Candidiasis( Toilet Infection), Bacterial Vaginosis and Trichomonas Vaginalis as well as restores a healthy vaginal floral. The vaginal flora are the bacteria that live inside the vagina. The normal vaginal flora are dominated by various lactobacillus species. Lactobacilli help to keep the vagina healthy by producing lactic acid, hydrogen peroxide, and other substances that inhibit the growth of yeast and other unwanted organisms.
Vaginal infections are one of the most common gynecological diseases with significant psychological and clinical implications. Vaginal infections can cause vaginal discharge, discomfort, and vaginal odor. However, these symptoms do not necessarily indicate an infection. Instead, they may result from other conditions that affect the vagina. For example, chemicals or other materials (such as hygiene products, bubble bath, laundry detergents, contraceptive foams and jellies, and synthetic underwear) can irritate the vagina and cause a discharge and discomfort. The inflammation that results is called noninfectious (inflammatory) vaginitis.
A vaginal discharge may be caused by a disorder that affects other reproductive organs, rather than the vagina. For example, a discharge can result from certain sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydial infection or gonorrhea. The bacteria that cause these diseases can spread from the vagina to the cervix (the lower, narrow part of the uterus that opens into the vagina) and the uterus, causing pelvic inflammatory disease. Genital herpes, which can cause blisters on the vulva (the area around the opening of the vagina), in the vagina, and on the cervix, can also cause a vaginal discharge.