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Gyno-Travogen Description

Gyno-Travogen ovules contain Isoconazole Nitrate which is prescribed to treat vaginal yeast infections. These infections can cause intense itching, swelling, burning, and a considerable amount of discomfort and embarrassment. Once your doctor has established that you have an infection caused by an over-growth of yeast and it is not a bacterial infection, you may be prescribed Gyno-Travogen which comes in the form of an ovule that is inserted into your vagina.

How Gyno-Travogen Impairs Fungal Cell Membranes

Once inserted as directed, the Gyno-Travogen ovule melts from your internal body temperature and forms into a semi-fluid oil type substance that lines your vaginal walls. The medication mixes with your vaginal fluid and spreads into the vaginal lining. Gyno-Travogen then inhibits a particular enzyme so the fungi are unable to utilize it to convert it into another enzyme that is necessary for making fungal cell membranes. Without this essential enzyme, holes form in the membrane so the contents of the cell leaks out and they are unable to grow and multiply. Your immune system will also assist Gyno-Travogen in destroying any remaining fungi.

Conditions Treated by Gyno-Travogen

All of us have microorganisms that dwell in and on our bodies that, for the most part, are unassuming and helpful. For women that become pregnant, take certain medications, have a weakened immune system, or deal with a lot of stress, there may be an increase in the growth of the Candida genus of yeast that will cause bad odors, itching, discharge, and other unpleasant symptoms.

To help minimize your chances of developing a vaginal yeast infection, there are a few steps you can take. These include eating a balanced diet, avoid douching, changing feminine products frequently, staying away from sitting around in a wet bathing suit or clothing, and washing your underwear in hot water. If you are taking antibiotics, ask your doctor about eating yogurt or taking supplements with lactobacillus to replace the microorganisms that may be destroyed by the medication.

Before You Use Gyno-Travogen

Explain other medical conditions and allergies you have to your doctor and provide a list of any OTC or Rx medicine you are taking, including herbal preparations and vitamin supplements as you may experience unwanted interactions when combined with Isoconazole Nitrate. Tell the doctor if you are pregnant or breast feeding before using Gyno-Travogen to be certain there will be no harmful effects for your unborn or nursing baby. The likelihood of any adverse effects are low because very little of the medication is absorbed into your bloodstream.

Precautions and Proper Use of Gyno-Travogen

Some of the ingredients in Gyno-Travogen may damage latex condoms and diaphragms and result in an unplanned pregnancy so it is best to use an alternate form of contraception or abstain from having sexual intercourse completely until treatment has been carried out and the infection is gone. This will prevent infecting your partner and then re-infecting you! Gyno-Travogen should not be used by anyone under the age of 16 years unless otherwise recommended by a doctor.

As the Gyno-Travogen ovule melts from the internal temperature of your body, you may notice slight vaginal oozing that could seep into your bedding or clothing so you may want to wear a panty liner or lay a towel down before getting onto bed.

Possible Side Effects of Gyno-Travogen

  • Vaginal discomfort
  • Irritation in the treated area
  • Burning sensation after inserting the Gyno-Travogen ovule

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