Controlled-release vaginal vitamin C tablets for relief of non-specific vaginitis/bacterial vaginosis symptoms

Available with or without a prescription at the pharmacist's counter!

Does non-specific vaginitis/bacterial vaginosis always require treatment?

Treatment is indicated for relief of symptoms. Asymptomatic non-specific vaginitis/bacterial vaginosis does not usually need to be treated, except in the following cases: high-risk pregnancy (history of pre-term delivery); prior to a gynecological surgery, a therapeutic abortion, an upper tract instrumentation, or the insertion of an intra-uterine device (IUD). Since the absence of “good bacteria” (lactobacilli) is a risk factor for STIs, some experts recommend treating all women with non-specific vaginitis/bacterial vaginosis, regardless of whether or not symptoms are present.

About Duchesnay

Duchesnay is a specialty pharmaceutical company with a long-standing commitment to women’s health. In addition to filling the void in terms of scientific research, education and information and developing pharmacological solutions that are safe for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding, Duchesnay is equally committed to ensuring women’s health and improving their quality of life at every stage.

Thus, Duchesnay has broadened its portfolio of products to offer safe and effective therapeutic options that meet the health and quality of life needs of women and their family members at different stages of their lives.

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