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So found out today I got a little bit of an yeast infection n it's my first ever. I got da cream dat cums wit a long applicator so forgot to ask my doc am I suppose to fill it up all da way n put all of da cream inside my vagina or Wat. It dnt say how much to fill it or how much of da cream to put n da vagina help ladies srry tmi
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10371348 tn?1416868778
Does it not come with an information pamphlet???
You can call the pharmacy and they will tell you the correct dose
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I would look at the leaflet as I've never known cream to be inserted inside.. its usually a capsule that u stick inside using applicator and the cream is for external use?
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10084709 tn?1407712389
Fill the applicator up with the cream, lay down, & insert it. Put a pad on because it will come out a bit. It's best to do before bed.
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I had the same thing and you need to do it right before bed and fill the applicator  all the way up. And it's okay to pee after you put it in some will come out when you do
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I just got medicine from my doctor today.  My directions were to fill it up 1/2 way. Use it for 7 days. There should be directions from the pharmacy.
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I just got medicine from my doctor today.  My directions were to fill it up 1/2 way. Use it for 7 days. There should be directions from the pharmacy.
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Thank u. Also so I put sum n is it supposed to feel like there's sumthing there cuz it feels weird now like sumethings there n it feels like I got to wipe it out or sumthing is dat normal
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My doctor said to fill it all the way but not to insert it all the way in. It just feels like discharge but I've had no problems
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