GYNAZOLE-1 Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 200923/001.

Names and composition

"GYNAZOLE-1" is the commercial name of a drug composed of BUTOCONAZOLE NITRATE.

Answered questions

Used gynazole-1 and still having problems?
considering how gynazole is doctor prescribed, i can't run out and get some more. Asked by Paris Cudney 4 months ago.

My doctor always told me that the 7 day treatment was more effective. Answered by Vonnie Oslund 4 months ago.


Yeast infection and gynazole 1?
I've had this yeast infection for six months. Back in Nov., I took over the counter monistat and that greatly reduced the intense itching and such and such. I still had symptoms but I eventually saw the doctor in April and took the gynazole medication prescribed last Mon. (April 28th). I still have syptoms. ... Asked by Keitha Lukacs 4 months ago.

I've had this yeast infection for six months. Back in Nov., I took over the counter monistat and that greatly reduced the intense itching and such and such. I still had symptoms but I eventually saw the doctor in April and took the gynazole medication prescribed last Mon. (April 28th). I still have syptoms. Should I take another dosage of the gyzanole? The doctor said it should work, but I still have different discharge. What should I do? Answered by Dorsey Cappellano 4 months ago.

Because you are having a different discharge this discharge could be as a result of bacterial vaginosis (an example only). I would recommend going back to your doctor to have her examine this discharge again before trying the other dose of gynazole to see what she think could be going on. Answered by Steven Hoeller 4 months ago.


I used gynazole-1 but still itching..?
I've got itching inside, and i'm trying to leave it all alone to the best of my ability.And then.. I'm drinking unsweeted cranberry juice all the time, and sometimes i have yoghurt with less sugar in it. And I don't have discharge anymore but sometimes i get little flakes, and it's kinda red... Asked by Lynnette Parchman 4 months ago.

I went to the gyno and they told me i had a really bad yeast infection. I used gynazole-1, and the irritation, itching is a little less, no discharge, .. is gone. But Im still kinda itchy i think or a little irrited on the lips near the whole. Does gynazole-1 keep working like all week? I can get another one, in about 4 days.. suggestions? Monstat and them kinda burn me. Answered by Ariane Hedegaard 4 months ago.

I've got itching inside, and i'm trying to leave it all alone to the best of my ability. And then.. I'm drinking unsweeted cranberry juice all the time, and sometimes i have yoghurt with less sugar in it. And I don't have discharge anymore but sometimes i get little flakes, and it's kinda red right now.. but i think thats cause i keep touching myself, which i know has got to stop. But the itching isn't too intense. Answered by Israel Mabey 4 months ago.

it does keep working so you have to be patient. if there is still itching on the outside (not inside your vagina) you can buy some more cream and use it. since monistat burns, you must be careful to but a cream that contains chlortrimazole (or at least something other than miconazole as you seem to be allergic to it as i am). Answered by Gale Heslop 4 months ago.

Yes, garlic pills are effective and over the counter. You can usually get the kind that have no odor. They are anti-fungal and I take these quite often because I have a chronic thing going on and if I eat sugar it gets worse so I keep the garlic pills on hand. I take up to 6 a day if I'm having itching or you can take them (2) every 4 hrs. and no problem or side effects. Answered by Royce Swindoll 4 months ago.


Is Diflucan better than gynazole 1?
oh please help.... I had a vaginal yeast infection 2 weeks ago. My doctor prescribed me gynazole 1. 5 days later I was still uncomfortable, so I got another gynazole 1. When I took the second dose I felt immediate relief. 6 days after that dose I went back for another test (culture) to be sure its gone. It came... Asked by Suzan Nickol 4 months ago.

oh please help.... I had a vaginal yeast infection 2 weeks ago. My doctor prescribed me gynazole 1. 5 days later I was still uncomfortable, so I got another gynazole 1. When I took the second dose I felt immediate relief. 6 days after that dose I went back for another test (culture) to be sure its gone. It came back positive for yeast. moderate. so now they gave me a diflucan 150mg, with a follow up diflucan 3 days later. is diflucan a stronger med against yeast? I hate diflucan because 6 hours after taking it it increases my heartrate and makes me panicky. ugghhh Answered by Leopoldo Niederer 4 months ago.

Medication will fight the fungal but it will also kill the good bacteria, the ones that you need to fight the bad bacteria (immune), doctors mostly cures it with anti biotic, this is killing the good bacteria’s as well. Yeast infections can be very painful but it can be cured and prevented. There are good natural cures to cure a yeast infection (check the link) Once you had a yeast infection it might come back more often, especially if you used anti biotic Don't wear tight jeans and use cotton underwear. almost three quarters of adult women will have at least one yeast infection in their lifetime. Our immune system and natural ecology of bacteria normally keep the fungal population in check, but if this balance is disturbed, the fungus can thrive. (that is reason that many people get a yeast infection after an anti biotic cure) (anti biotic kills the good bacteria’s as well) These are some direct symptoms of yeast infection: Vaginal burning Vaginal swelling Vaginal redness Painful urination Pain during sex Vaginal Soreness Thick, white, cottage-cheese like vaginal discharge Vaginal Rash Answered by Jordon Hemmann 4 months ago.


Are 1-day treatments safe during pregnancy?
are the 1-day treatments safe during pregnancy? I got prescribed Gynazole 1 and im worried it might not be safe...help!? Asked by Frida Blocker 4 months ago.

Ur fine as long as u don't take anything oraly for the infection Answered by Terese Lindblom 4 months ago.

they wouldnt give u anything if its not safe if they no ur preg, double check with ur gp if ur unsure x Answered by Yuri Ardelean 4 months ago.


Are vaginal creams safe during the first trimester of pregnancy?
I have been diagnosed with bacterial vaginosis and I am 11 weeks pregnant. The doctor prescribed Gynazole 1 cream, Clindesse 2 % after a week and antibiotics for 7 days. I just want to know if it is safe to use the creams this early in pregnancy. Asked by Evelyn Sermeno 4 months ago.

yes this is safe the other oral med which is flagel (the generic brand) can be toxic to your infant if taken so vaginal is great Answered by Arlinda Kuennen 4 months ago.

Well, does your doctor know that you are pregnant?Also most creams are for pregnant women, because most pregnant women have BV. Answered by Lynne Sidwell 4 months ago.

did you tell doctor your pregnant??? if not aske him if you can use medication. He can look it up in his books. And if it is not ok he /she can prescribe you something different Answered by Alvin Nasta 4 months ago.

Yes its completely safe hun! Answered by Eric Drucker 4 months ago.


Cuts on vagina after yeast infection?
I went to the gyno today, they told me i had a really bad yeast infection. And i got gynazole-1.. used it.. helped out a lot. but now, I've got cuts from scratching and everything, so what can i do to make them heal faster? Asked by Sherilyn Chrabasz 4 months ago.

They will actually heal all by themselves pretty fast. Just keep "down there" dry and make sure to clean it really well in the shower. Answered by Yen Evenstad 4 months ago.


Yeast infection or something else?
a few weeks ago..i had a raw vagina, and It had no discharge, and it was painful, but no pain during going to the bathroom. And veryy itchy. Then i began to get clear discharge, that was very watery and it was sooo itchy. All discharge was just all over my vagina. I saw the gyno & he said it was a yeast... Asked by Lenard Kiesel 4 months ago.

a few weeks ago..i had a raw vagina, and It had no discharge, and it was painful, but no pain during going to the bathroom. And veryy itchy. Then i began to get clear discharge, that was very watery and it was sooo itchy. All discharge was just all over my vagina. I saw the gyno & he said it was a yeast infection, and gave me gynazole-1 and it helped a good amount, but i was on my period and used it, and some of it kinda fell out during the night, and i went to the bathroom and it kinda fell out then too. My periods have been really screwy and I've got my normal type of cramps from my period although it's over. But it started early and ended late probably from stress, or missing the pills. Friday night, the 5th i used gynazole-1 & It helped a lot. But i still have a very irritated vagina, it's kinda red, and everything. I have clear discharge thats gooey and strings out, but I also have chucky white discharge mixed it and it's not much anymore at all. Right now, all i have really is a irritated, I'd say because it's not burning, but it only irrations when i go to look at it, dry on some parts, and it's slightly red but not real red. And it's kinda sticky feeling down there, it all just sticks together. When it's moisted and everything it feels fine, i get occassional itching but i think thats the cuts healing up from the yeast infection before the gynazole.. Ideas? Tomorrow, I'm getting more gynazole-1. Answered by Shyla Berthelot 4 months ago.

Sounds fungal. All the gynazole is doing is killing the yeast off. You need to get that "sticky" feeling out by replenishing the normal flora you've killed off. 1) go to your local walgreens, cvs or health food store and buy a probiotic that has only lactobacillus acidophilus and bifidus (no saccharomyces sp.); if you can't find that, get some plain yogurt and mix 1Tbs with a douche of just vinegar and water and implant that for a couple of days (can do both the above suggestions too, it works faster) 2) keep your diet free of sugar (sugar-free sweeteners ok) and yeast (no bread, fermented drinks (i.e. wine, beer), corn or refined flour (no tortillas or crackers). Stick to meat and low-starch vegetables (i.e. no potatoes). You should have resolution within 1-2 days. Good luck! Answered by Elias Belyea 4 months ago.

It sounds like a yeast infection to me. There is a pill, Diffucan, your doctor can prescribe that really helps get rid of these. Also, the over the counter medicines help a great deal. I might add, if you continue to have yeast infections that cannot be healed, have your blood glucose checked, as this can be a symptom of diabetes. Feel better! Answered by Delmer Hilts 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
200923/001 GYNAZOLE-1 BUTOCONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%

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