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Traditional Types of Medical Treatment:

There are various treatment options available, do not attempt to self-medicate. Seek professional advice if you suspect an infection.

Do consult your doctor first on what brand and dosage is right for you.

Topical, feminine hygiene products containing natural ingredients like lactoserum and lactic acid have been proven to help treat vaginal infections, if taken with traditional medication. These personal cleansing products are also effective ways of preventing vaginal infections.

Lactacyd® – a Sanofi product is a special Feminine Hygiene Wash that has been specially formulated to protect the fragile natural balance of your vulvovaginal flora.


As much as women are progressive when it comes to fashion, technology, perspectives and lifestyles, there are still those who get stuck in a rut of myths, misconceptions and made-up cures for vaginal infections. In truth, these substances can cause more harm than good.

Washing or applying your intimate area with commonly used items such as those below can increase your chances for infection.

chances for infection


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