How to Use Boric Acid Suppositories
How to use boric acid suppositories are small, oval-shaped capsules that you insert into your vagina. Some products come with applicators, while others suggest you insert them using your finger. It’s important to read the instructions carefully, especially if you have any other medical conditions or medications.
How Boric Acid Suppositories Work
Yeast infections are caused by fungi C. albicans (Candida albicans) or C. glabrata (Candida glabrata). Boric acid can impede these fungi’s growth, which reduces their ability to develop into infection.
How To Use A Boric Acid Suppository With A Hormonal Vaginal Ring
If you have any questions about how to use a boric acid suppository, call your doctor or pharmacist. They can answer your questions and help you determine the best product for your needs.
How To Use A pH-D Suppository
pH-D suppositories are a type of boric acid suppository that’s designed to be inserted with an applicator. They are a safe and effective way to treat yeast infections, and you can use them while you’re on your period.
pH-D suppositories can be used with hormonal vaginal rings. However, you should only use a pH-D suppository if your healthcare provider has determined that it’s safe for you to do so.
Boric acid suppositories are not FDA-approved, so you should check with your healthcare provider before starting treatment. Your doctor can recommend the appropriate dose for you and ensure you’re taking it correctly. Moreover, you should tell your doctor if you are pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant.