What is Acid Jelly Vaginal?
Acid jelly is a naturally acidic compound that is typically discovered in vinegar.
Acid jelly (for application within the vagina) can be used to boost the level of acidity in the canal of vaginalization.
Acid jelly can also be utilized for other purposes that are not mentioned in the medication guide.
Make sure you follow the instructions on the label of your medication and the package. Inform your healthcare providers about your health conditions or allergies, as well as all medications you are taking.
Before You Take This Drug
It is not recommended to use acid jelly if you are intolerant to acid jelly or vinegar.
Consult a physician or pharmacist about whether it's appropriate for you to take this drug if you are suffering from another medical issue, such as the smelly vaginal discharge that is an atypical symptom of an infection caused by bacteria.
It's unclear if acid jelly could affect a baby who is not yet born. Avoid using this medication without seeking a physician's recommendation if you are expecting
It's unclear if the acetic acid vaginally gets into breast milk or whether it is harmful to a breastfeeding baby. Don't use this medication without consulting a doctor's guidance if you're breastfeeding a baby.
How to Take Acid Jelly Vaginally?
Follow the directions on the label or according to the prescription of your physician. Don't use it in greater quantities, in smaller amounts, or for longer periods than suggested.
Take it only by the oral route. Acid jelly is only for use within the vagina.
Acid jelly is used most often throughout the day, both in the morning and late at night.
Cleanse your hands prior to and after taking vaginal medications.
Check out all the information for the patient, such as medication guides as well as instructions on how to take the medication.
This medicine should only be used with the applicator supplied.
If the applicator is to be used again, you should take it off and clean it in warm water with mild soap. Then dry it thoroughly.
Vaginal solutions are typically packaged in disposable bottles that are single-use with application tips.
Avoid reusing a plastic bottle or applicator for a disposable shower.
Use a sanitary napkin in order to keep the drug from staining your clothes. However, don't use the tampon.
The doctor could also recommend an antibiotic or antifungal medicine to treat vaginal issues. Continue to take all prescribed medications for the entire recommended duration. Your symptoms may get better before your condition is completely cleared. In addition, skipping doses could increase the chance of developing a new illness that is not able to be treated with antifungal or antibiotic medications.
Contact your physician if symptoms persist or become more severe.
Keep at room temperature, far from heat and humidity.
What Happens if I Miss a Dose?
Take the dose you missed when you can remember. Do not take the dose that was missed in the event that it's getting close to your next dosage. Avoid using extra medicine to replace the missed dose.
What Happens if I Overdose?
A dose of acid jelly vaginally isn't likely to pose a danger. Get medical assistance immediately or dial the poison help line at 1-800-222-1222 if you have accidentally swallowed the medicine.
What Should be Avoided?
Beware of getting the medication into the nose, eyes, or mouth. If it does happen, wash your eyes with clean water. Wearing tight-fitting, synthetic clothes (such as pantyhose) do not allow air circulation. Choose loose-fitting clothes made of cotton or other natural fibers until your problem is addressed.
Side effects of Acid jelly
See a doctor immediately. Get medical attention immediately if you notice indications that indicate an allergic reaction, such as difficulty breathing, hives, or swelling on the lips, face, or tongue.
Intense burning, stinging, or achy sensation after the drug;
Any new symptoms.
Adverse side effects
Minor burning or stinging sensation after use.
It isn't a comprehensive listing of all side effects. There are other possible side effects. Consult your physician to seek medical advice on adverse consequences. It is possible to report any side effects to the FDA by calling 1-800-fda-1088.
Interaction with other drugs
There is no way to know if the other medications you are taking in pill form or orally will cause the same effect when applied vaginally. However, many medications can interfere with one another. Be sure to inform your medical professionals about the medicines you take, such as prescription or over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and natural products.