Internal Cream Treatment

6-Day Cream

6-Day Treatment

Our lowest concentration of medication in a cream, delivered over 6 days to gently cure your infection. Use this low-concentration cream daily for 6 consecutive days; cream is suitable for internal and external vaginal use. The full 6-day consecutive treatment is required to cure the yeast infection. Ideal for use with antibiotic therapy, for women with vaginal dryness or as recommended by your doctor.

Yeast Infection Fact

Did you know that regardless of the length of treatment that you use, it takes approximately
3 to 4 days to cure your yeast infection?

  • Directions
    After reading the enclosed circular, insert one applicator of cream high in the vagina at bedtime. Repeat daily for 6 consecutive days even if symptoms disappear. To help prevent re-infection, wear cotton underwear. Product Monograph available to doctors and pharmacists upon request.
  • Ingredients
    benzyl alcohol, cetostearyl alcohol, cetyl esters wax, octyldodecanol, polysorbate 60, sorbitan monostearate, and water.
  • Warnings
    If you are at increased risk for sexually transmitted diseases, have multiple sexual partners or change partners often, consult a doctor before starting each treatment. Canesten® may reduce the effectiveness and safety of latex products (e.g. condoms and diaphragms) and vaginal spermicides. The effect is temporary and occurs only during treatment. Do not use tampons, intravaginal douches or other vaginal products while using this product. Use only if you have previously had a vaginal yeast infection diagnosed by a doctor 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. If there is no improvement in 3 days or if symptoms have not disappeared within 7 days, you might not have a vaginal yeast infection, consult your doctor. If you have abdominal pain, fever, or foul-smelling discharge before or during the use of this medication, consult your doctor. If symptoms return within 2 months, consult your doctor. If you are pregnant, think you are, or are nursing,