Zidoval 0.75% Gel (40g)
- Active Ingredient: Metronidazole
- Destroys Bacteria
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Zidoval Vaginal Gel contains an active ingredient, metronidazole. Metronidazoleis an antibacterial agent. Zidoval is used to treat infection of the vagina (bacterial vaginosis) caused by certain bacteria.
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Zidoval Gel contains the antibacterial active ingredient Metronidazole and is used to treat an infection of the vagina called bacterial vaginosis. Zidoval Gel is inserted into the vagina and works by destroying the bacteria that causes the infection in adult females.
You may be suffering from BV and benefit from using Zidoval Gel 0.75 Metronidazole if have:
- Unusual vaginal discharge that has a strong or fish odour
- Change in colour or consistency or discharge
- Unusual discharge after sex
See more information on bacterial vaginosis here on the NHS website.
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Whilst using Zidoval Gel 0.75 Metronidazole there are other things you can do to help keep your vaginal infection under control this includes doing and avoiding certain things.
- Use the shower the wash rather than the bath
- Use plain water and soap to wash genitals
- Use strong detergents to wash your underwear
- use vaginal deodorants
- Use perfumed products
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Many patients contact either pharmacists or doctors worried about Zidoval Gel Bloody Discharge. Zidoval Gel Bloody Discharge is an uncommon symptom and should always be discussed with a doctor, it may be that something else is causing the bleeding or spotting and needs further investigated.
Bleeding and spotting overview NHS website.
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Zidoval Gel Discharge improvements should occur after treatment is complete, if you discharge does not improve by means of returning to normal with no foul smell, you should contact your GP for a review, he / she may want to extent the duration or try an alternative medicine.
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What Is Zidoval Gel Used For?
What Is Zidoval Gel Used For?
Zidoval Gel is prescribed for the sole purpose of treating a vaginal infection known as bacterial vaginosis and should not be used for anything else. Zidoval Gel Nhs will not treat other vaginal infections such as thrush as it is caused by a different bacterium.
You should have visited your GP or other healthcare provider and have a clear diagnosis of Bacterial vaginosis before using Zidoval Gel 0.75 Metronidazole.
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Zidoval Gel NHs is usually safe for most women to use, but there a small number of women who should not use it for varies of reasons.
Do not use Zidoval Gel NHS if:
- You are allergic to metronidazole or any of the other ingredients of this medicine
- You are allergic to any similar nitroimidazole antibacterial products
- You are allergic to parabens
Speak to your doctor before using if:
- You have ever had any blood problems or a disease affecting the blood
- You have, or think you may have vaginal thrush
- You are having your period
How To Use Zidoval Gel
How To Use Zidoval Gel is frequently asked when looking at the best treatment to use when suffering from bacterial vaginosis, knowing how much to use and when is very important, not finishing a full course could leave a BV infection untreated or cause it to return.
How To Use Zidoval Gel:
- One 5 g application to be inserted into the vagina once daily, at bedtime, for five days
More information on How To Use Zidoval Gel can be viewed here in the Patient Information leaflet.
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Zidoval 7.5 Mg Gel side effects can occur but that does not mean everybody will experience them, if you experience any of the below Zidoval 7.5 Mg Gel side effects, you should contact your doctor for advice.
- Unpleasant taste in your mouth
- Unusual feeling on your tongue
- Redness or itching of the skin
- Headache and dizziness
- Stomach cramps
- Being sick
- Vaginal thrush
- Decreased appetite
- Feeling sick
- Feeling irritable
- Difficulty in sleeping
- A dry mouth
- Muscle cramps
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There is no warning that applies to using Zidoval Gel And Alcohol because it is not known to affect the medicine itself. However, if you feel unwell with your infection, or if you find Zidoval Gel gives you an upset stomach, then Zidoval Gel And Alcohol consumption could make this worse.
If you are worried about using Zidoval Gel And Alcohol at the same time your doctor or pharmacist can put your mind at ease.
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- Out of the reach and sight of children
- Do not use after the expiry date
- Do not store above 25°C
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Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a common cause of unusual vaginal discharge. BV isn’t a sexually transmitted infection (STI), but it can increase your risk of getting an STI such as chlamydia.
Check if you have bacterial vaginosis
The most common symptom of bacterial vaginosis is unusual vaginal discharge that has a strong fishy smell, particularly after sex.
You may notice a change to the colour and consistency of your discharge, such as becoming greyish-white and thin and watery.
But 50% of women with bacterial vaginosis don’t have any symptoms.
Bacterial vaginosis doesn’t usually cause any soreness or itching.
If you’re unsure it’s BV, check for other causes of unusual vaginal discharge.
See a GP or go to a sexual health clinic if you think you have BV
The condition isn’t usually serious, but you’ll need to be treated with antibiotics if you do have BV.
It’s also important to seek treatment if you’re pregnant as there’s a small chance that BV can cause complications with pregnancy.
Treatment for bacterial vaginosis
Bacterial vaginosis is usually treated with antibiotic tablets or gels or creams.
Recurring bacterial vaginosis
It’s common for BV to come back, usually within 3 months.
You’ll need to take treatment for longer (up to 6 months) if you keep getting BV (you get it more than twice in 6 months).
To help relieve symptoms and prevent bacterial vaginosis returning:
use water and plain soap to wash your genital area
have showers instead of baths
do not use perfumed soaps, bubble bath, shampoo or shower gel in the bath
do not use vaginal deodorants, washes or douches
do not put antiseptic liquids in the bath
do not use strong detergents to wash your underwear
do not smoke
What causes bacterial vaginosis
Bacterial vaginosis is caused by a change in the natural balance of bacteria in your vagina.
What causes this to happen isn’t fully known, but you’re more likely to get it if:
you’re sexually active (but women who haven’t had sex can also get BV)
you have had a change of partner
you have an IUD (contraception device)
you use perfumed products in or around your vagina
BV isn’t an STI, even though it can be triggered by sex.
You’re more likely to get an STI if you have BV. This may be because BV makes your vagina less acidic and reduces your natural defences against infection.
If you notice any side effects, they get worse,or if you notice any not listed, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.What are the main side effects of Zidoval Gel?
Like any medicines, Zidoval Gel can cause side effects. These side effects are usually only mild to moderate and only last a short duration.
The most common side effects of Zidoval Gel are:
– Headache and dizziness
– Stomach cramps
– Feeling sick or being sick
For less frequent side effects, please see the patient information leaflet.
For the patient information leaflet