Deflagyn Vaginal Gel
DeflaGyn gel should be used in case of uncertain results of cytological examination of cervical smears (cervical erosion / ASC-US, ASC-H, LSIL, HSIL / PAP III, PAP IIID).
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Form of release and composition
- Highly dispersed silicon dioxide 10.0mg
- Citric acid 24.8 mg
- Sodium selenite 0.83 mg
- Selenium, equivalent to 0.25 mg
- Excipients: hydroxyethyl cellulose, water. Preservatives: potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate.
Vaginal gel to promote remission after obtaining uncertain results of cytological examination of cervical smears (cervical erosion / ASC-US, ASC-H, LSIL, HSIL / PAP III, PAP IIID). Supplied as a vaginal gel in a 150 ml vial and packaged with 28 disposable applicators (medical device).
The dosage regimen is prescribed by the doctor.
Burning and itching in rare cases.
Do not use DeflaGyn intravaginal gel if you are sensitive to any of the components of this drug. The simultaneous use of DeflaGyn vaginal gel and products that remain in the vagina (for example, contraceptive rings) can reduce the effectiveness of these medical devices, so their simultaneous use is contraindicated.
Shake the bottle well before use! After the application, it is possible to expire a certain amount of the injected gel. This gel may be somewhat reddish in color and may stain your underwear. However, the stain will disappear after washing. A sanitary napkin can also be used.
DeflaGyn vaginal gel should only be used after consulting a doctor, especially during pregnancy. Local intravaginal (therapeutic and / or cleansing and / or contraceptive) procedures should be performed no earlier than 2 hours after the application of deflaGyn vaginal gel. Slight redness of the lid does not affect the products.
Storage terms and conditions
Store at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C. Do not use after the expiration date.
Keep out of reach of children.
|Generic Name (Ingredient)||
Colloidal Silicon Dioxide 10.0 Mg Citric Acid 24.8 Mg Sodium Selenite 0.83 Mg Selenium Conjugate 0.25 Mg
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