Relactagel Vaginal Gel is a lactic acid gel that is clinically proven to treat and prevent bacterial Vaginosis (BV), giving relief from abnormal vaginal odor and discharge associated with BV.
It provides relief from embarrassing vaginal odor:
- Relieves abnormal discharge.
- Restores the natural pH of the vagina.
- Can be used to prevent BV as well as treating it.
- Hygienic single use applicators are used to apply the gel where it is needed.
Relactagel is a lactate vaginal gel. Lactate gel therapy restores and maintains the natural pH of your vagina. It promotes the growth of naturally occurring flora known as lactobacilli.
One box comes with 7 individual, easy-to-use applicators. The applicator is simply inserted into the vagina and the gel is squeezed out.
For Treatment of Bacterial Vaginosis, use 1 single tube every day for 7 days at bedtime
For Prevention use 1 single tube every day for 2-3 days at bedtime after your period.
What is the difference between BV and Thrush?
BV is associated with unpleasant fishy smelling vaginal odor whereas thrush is associated with itching, irritation and soreness.
Can Relactagel be used during pregnancy?
Yes, it is safe to use during pregnancy. However it should be avoided if trying to become pregnancy as semen is an alkaline and may be neutralized by lactic acid.
Can I take Relactagel while using antibiotics?
Yes, Relactagel can effectively be used in conjunction with antibiotics.
Is Bacterial Vaginas a sexually transmitted disease(STD)?
BV is not considered a sexually transmitted disease.
What can I do to prevent BV from recurring?
Relactagel is clinically proven to prevent as well as treat Bacterial Vaginosis. Use a prevention dose of 1 tube per day for 2-3 days at bedtime after your period.
When should Relactagel not be used and are there any side effects?
Relactagel contains glycogen obtained from oysters, do not use it you are allergic to shellfish. It may cause mild irritation during fungal infections (e.g. thrush) of the vagina or when there are tears in the vaginal tissue.