If you are a woman with a vaginal yeast infection, your doctor may prescribe a boric acid supplement to help treat your symptoms. Boric acid is a safe, natural medicine that can relieve symptoms of vaginal yeast infections such as itching and burning.
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Boric acid capsules are inserted into the vaginal canal with a plastic applicator. This is a safer way to use boric acid than douching, which can cause irritation and worsen symptoms.
You can use a boric acid suppository anytime you are feeling imbalanced “down there.” This is especially helpful after sexual intercourse, menstruation cycle, or any time your pH feels off.
This suppository has probiotics (Lactobacilli) that help balance the bacteria living inside your vagina. The bacteria are important for maintaining normal vaginal acidity and preventing yeast from overgrowing.
These suppositories have been used for hundreds of years to prevent and treat vaginal yeast infections. They are a better, safer alternative to taking antibiotics prescribed by your doctor.
It is not recommended to use this medicine if you are pregnant or trying to get pregnant because it can harm the unborn baby. It can also make it harder for the baby to develop its immune system.
It is also not recommended to use this medicine if you have a history of allergic reactions to boric acid. You should tell your doctor about all your medical conditions, allergies, and medicines you are taking.