- Not at all like a water-based readiness (gel), Dr. Wolff’s Vagisan Moisturizing Cream is a cream. Creams consistently have a calming lipid segment notwithstanding a high water content.
- The smooth, white cream doesn’t contain hormones (oestrogens) and can thusly be utilized along with hormone supplanting treatment or be rotated with hormone-based (estrogen) vaginal creams or pessaries. Through the expansion of lactic corrosive, the pH estimation of the cream is 4.5 and, in that capacity, Dr. Wolff’s Vagisan Moisturizing Cream assists with keeping up the regular acridity (pH) in the vagina.
- Ordinary utilization of Dr. Wolff’s Vagisan Moisturizing Cream can assist with forestalling bothering and irritation in the vagina and outside genital zone brought about by dryness.
- Vagisan Moisturizing Cream can be utilized before sex. As the cream doesn’t influence sperm motility, it can likewise be utilized while attempting to imagine.
- For use inside the vagina, fill the utensil one-half full with the cream and apply inside the vagina, ideally before hitting the sack. It very well may be utilized once every day or less regularly varying, contingent upon singular side effects. We suggest wearing an undies liner when utilizing this item.
- To think about the outside genital zone and the vaginal opening, Dr. Wolff’s Vagisan Moisturizing Cream can be applied straightforwardly a few times each day varying.
- It might be utilized during pregnancy and keeping in mind that breastfeeding.
- For vaginal dryness, Dr. Wolff’s Vagisan Moisturizing Cream can be applied varying before intercourse.
- Continuously counsel your GP if there should be an occurrence of extreme indications or agony in the vaginal and outside genital region, or in the event of dying. Hormonal treatment might be important as vaginal cream or pessaries. Talk about this alternative with your primary care physician.
- counsel your primary care physician if there should arise an occurrence of
- if there should arise an occurrence of torment or consuming while peeing
- on the off chance that you notice hints of blood on the tissue after a solid discharge
- on the off chance that you speculate a vaginal contamination (release, serious consuming, tingling)