Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause of abnormal vaginal discharge among women of childbearing age and is associated with adverse birth outcomes.
Drug Class: Lincomycin antibiotics.
- A semisynthetic broad spectrum antibiotic effective in the treatment of most infections involving anaerobes and gram-positive cocci.
- 3-day regimen of clindamycin, given as intravaginal ovules, was as effective as and better tolerated than a 7-day regimen of oral metronidazole 500 mg, given twice daily, for treatment of bacterial vaginosis.
Drug Class: Imidazoles
- Effective and traditionally used antifungal agent having broad spectrum of antimycotic activity.
- 3-day clotrimazole therapy is an effective treatment for primary vaginal mycosis.
- An effective antimycotic agent which can be used for vulvovaginal candidasis during pregnancy without causing side effects.3
- A potent antifungal agent against Candida species as well as effective against Trichomonas vaginalis.
- Reduces vaginal burning, itching, and discharge in patient suffering from Bacterial vaginosis.
Drug Class: Antiprotozoals.
- A nitroimidazole antitrichomonal agent effective against Trichomonas vaginalis, Entamoeba histolytica, and Giardia lamblia infections.
- A drug used against protozoan infections.
- Long half-life allows once a day regimens.
- Enhanced tolerance and reduced toxicity.
- Effective option in patients with refractory bacterial vaginosis or recurrent bacterial vaginosis.
- Fixed dose combination of Clindamycin, Clotrimazole & Tinidazole is effective & well tolerated in the treatment of mixed vaginosis due to bacterial, fungal & protozoal infection.
- The combination ensures a wider range of antimicrobial action with rapid & noteworthy symptomatic relief in patients with mixed vaginosis of bacterial, fungal & protozoal origin.
- Treatment with combination therapy provided prompt onset of relief.