Boric Acid Supppositories

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Using boric acid suppositories as a treatment for vaginal yeast infections can be an effective way to clear up the infection. It is also an inexpensive alternative to more expensive conventional treatments. However, there are risks to using this treatment. It is important to speak with your health care provider before you begin using this treatment.

How do you clean up after using boric acid?

Get FlowerPower Boric acid suppositories contain Lactobacilli, which help to maintain the acidity of the vagina. This helps to prevent an overgrowth of yeast.

However, you should consult your health care provider before you begin using boric acid suppositories. They can interact with other medications or supplements. Also, you may want to avoid using them while pregnant or if you have a weak immune system.

Boric acid suppositories have been found to help with some trichomoniasis, but not all. They may also be helpful for some other types of vaginal infections. However, they have not been studied enough to be sure.

Boric acid suppositories may also be helpful in treating vaginal bacterial infections. Bacterial vaginosis is caused by an imbalance in the vaginal flora, which can result in abnormal discharges and pain when urinating. This infection is often treated with antibiotics. However, some strains of yeast may be resistant to these antibiotics.

Boric acid is safe to use when used vaginally, but you should still be careful to avoid using it in open wounds in the vagina. If you experience any pain or irritation, discontinue using the product immediately.