Canesten 1-Day Combi Pak Cream for Yeast Infection

Canesten® 1-Day Combi-Pak Cream for Yeast Infection

Canesten 1-Day Combi Pak Cream for Yeast Infection

Some women, especially those who suffer from vaginal dryness, prefer the cream formulation to treat their infection at the site. Canesten® creams are inserted high into the vagina with an applicator. To meet your changing needs and circumstances, Canesten® offers single-application creams, and also creams that can be used daily or over the course of several days.

  • The pre-filled applicator of internal cream treats the infection at the site
  • Includes external cream to soothe the external itching and burning
  • Convenient single-dose treatment
  • Vaginal clotrimazole cream 10% & 1% External Clotrimazole Cream

How to use the 1-DAY Combi-Pak Cream

The pack contains a full course of treatment which consists of one pre-filled applicator with internal cream to treat the cause of a vaginal yeast infection and tube of external cream to quickly relieve the external itch and burn.

The internal cream should be inserted as high as possible into the vagina with the help of the applicator, as indicated in the product leaflet, preferably before going to sleep at night for convenient and comfortable treatment.

The external cream should be gently spread over the irritated vaginal area, 1-2 times a day. It should be only be used during the period when external symptoms are present, to a maximum of 7 days.

How long does it take for 1-DAY Combi-Pak Cream to work?

The symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection should start disappearing within a few hours or days. If there is no improvement in your symptoms in 3 days or if they have not disappeared within 7 days, you might not have a vaginal yeast infection. Discontinue treatment and contact your physician.

What does the 1-DAY Combi-Pak Cream contain?

The active substance in Canesten 1 Day Combi-Pak Cream is Clotrimazole, an antifungal agent which fights fungal infections such as a vaginal yeast infection. It also contains an external cream to quickly soothe the external itch and burn.

When should you see your doctor about a yeast infection?

If you see no improvement after three days since you started using the Canesten 1 Day Combi-Pak Cream, you should tell your doctor. Ask a doctor before use if you have symptoms that recur within 2 months


For vaginal use only.

Ask a doctor or pharmacist before use if you • are at increased risk for sexually transmitted diseases (e.g. HIV-AIDS) • have multiple partners • change partners often • have diabetes • have symptoms that recur within 2 months • have never had a yeast infection before • are pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or breastfeeding • have any of the following symptoms which may be signs of a serious condition: abdominal, back or shoulder pain fever or chills nausea or vomiting foul-smelling vaginal discharge

When using this product • Do not use tampons, intravaginal douches or other vaginal products • Canesten® may reduce the effectiveness and safety of latex products (e.g. condoms and diaphragms) and vaginal spermicides. This effect is temporary and occurs only during treatment.

Stop use and ask a doctor if • there is no improvement in 3 days or if symptoms have not disappeared within 7 days • you have abdominal pain, fever, foul-smelling discharge during use of this medication • skin rash or new irritation occurs

Keep safely out of reach of children. If swallowed, call a poison control centre or a healthcare professional right away.