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Betadine, vaginal suppositories 200 mg 14 pcs
Betadine, vaginal suppositories 200 mg 14 pcs
Product Code: betadine-v-s-14 EGIS

Betadine, vaginal suppositories 200 mg 14 pcs

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Betadine is an antiseptic and disinfectant. Released from the complex with polyvinylpyrrolidone upon contact with the skin and mucous membranes, iodine forms iodamines with bacterial cells, coagulates them and causes the death of microorganisms. It has a bactericidal effect on gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria (with the exception of Mycobacterium tuberculosis).
Active against bacteria, fungi, viruses, protozoa.
Suppositories are made on a water-soluble basis and do not have an irritating effect.

Indications

  - acute and chronic vaginitis (mixed, non-specific infections);
  - acute and chronic vaginitis (mixed, non-specific infections);
  - bacterial vaginosis;
  - candidiasis;
  - trichomoniasis;
  - genital herpes.

Contraindications

  - hyperthyroidism;
  - thyroid adenoma;
  - Herpetiform dermatitis of Dühring;
  - simultaneous use of radioactive iodine;
  - children's age up to 8 years;
  - Hypersensitivity to iodine and other components of the drug.
With caution, the drug should be used during pregnancy and during lactation (breastfeeding).

Pregnancy and lactation

Betadine is not recommended for use from 3 months of pregnancy and during lactation. If therapy is necessary, the doctor decides on the appointment of the drug individually.
It is necessary to control the function of the thyroid gland in newborns and infants whose mothers used Betadine.

special instructions

During the use of suppositories, the use of sanitary pads can be recommended.
Use in pediatrics
It is possible to use in girls aged 8 years and older, being careful when administered to virgins.

Structure

1 suppository contains 200 mg of povidone iodine;
excipients: macrogol 1000

Dosage and administration

After preliminary hygienic treatment, suppositories are injected deep into the vagina.
In acute vaginitis, 1 vaginal suppository is prescribed 2 times / day for 7 days.
In case of subacute and chronic vaginitis, 1 suppository is prescribed 1 time / day before bedtime for 14 days. If necessary, the course of treatment can be extended.

Side effects

Perhaps: a local manifestation of an allergic reaction to iodine (itching, hyperemia), which requires the withdrawal of the drug.

Drug interaction

Betadine is incompatible with other disinfectants and antiseptics, especially those containing alkalis, enzymes and mercury.

Storage conditions

Store in a cool dry place.

Shelf life

2 years.

Active substance

povidone iodine