|i)||Not for oral use.|
|ii)||Use only if you have already had a vaginal yeast infection diagnosed by a medical practitioner and you have the same symptoms now, otherwise consult your doctor. These symptoms include itching and burning of the vagina and sometimes a white discharge. For the treatment of vaginal candidiasis in first-time sufferers the condition must be diagnosed by a medical practitioner, and the use of CANESTEN Vaginal Tablet be prescribed by the medical practitioner.|
|iii)||If there is no improvement in 3 days or if symptoms have not disappeared in 7 days, then consult a medical practitioner as not all vaginal infections are caused by yeasts.|
|iv)||Consult a medical practitioner if you have abdominal pain, fever or a foul-smelling vaginal discharge before or during the use of this medication.|
|v)||If symptoms recur within 2 months, consult a medical practitioner.|
|vi)||If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant or are nursing, do not use this medication except on the advice of a medical practitioner.|
|vii)||Do not use in girls under 12 years of age, except on the advice of a medical practitioner.|
|viii)||If skin rash or new irritation occurs, discontinue use.|
|ix)||Canesten® Vaginal Tablets and Topical Cream may reduce the effectiveness and safety of latex products such as condoms and diaphragms. The effect is temporary and occurs only during treatment.|
|Prior to application remove the tablet from the aluminium foil (as illustrated).|
Directions for using the Applicator:
1. Pull out plunger A until it stops. Place the vaginal tablet into the applicator B.
2. Insert applicator containing the tablet carefully and as deeply as possible into the vagina (preferably lying on your back).
3. Push the plunger A until it stops, thereby depositing the tablet into the vagina. Remove the applicator.
Pregnant women should follow the instructions of their doctor strictly. During pregnancy insertion should be done without using the applicator.