What is the Instruction Manual for Canesten Clotrimazole Vaginal Tablets?

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Kenetin Clotrimazole Vaginal Tablets

Kenetin Clotrimazole Vaginal Tablets are mainly used to treat gynecological infections in women, such as candidal vaginitis. It can also be used under the guidance of a doctor for abnormal vaginal discharge in women. During medication, adverse reactions should be avoided as the stimulatory nature of the drug may cause a burning sensation on the skin, which will ease after stopping the medication.

1. Function of Kenetin Clotrimazole Vaginal Tablets

Clinically, Kenetin Clotrimazole Vaginal Tablets are mainly used for gynecological infectious diseases, especially for vaginitis caused by fungi, such as Candida. It is also effective for infectious vaginal discharge caused by yeast and other pathogenic bacteria.

2. Adverse Reactions of Kenetin Clotrimazole Vaginal Tablets

Occasionally, skin reactions may occur in the area where the medication is applied, such as a burning sensation, tingling, or redness. In rare cases, different degrees of allergic reactions may occur, affecting the skin (such as itching, erythema), respiratory system (such as shortness of breath), cardiovascular system (such as hypotension requiring treatment or even consciousness impairment), or gastrointestinal reactions (such as nausea, diarrhea).

3. Dosage and Administration

Vaginal administration. Take 1 tablet before bedtime, which is considered as one course of treatment. The tablet can be placed deep into the vagina with or without an applicator. Generally, one application is sufficient, and a second treatment can be performed four days later if necessary.