** New, larger 60 count bottle, includes a single applicator! **
If you are tired of fighting chronic yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis…
boric acid suppositories will change your life. Medical research on
the use of Boric Acid for vaginal yeast infections, when conventional
antifungal medications no longer work or are considered a nuisance,
dates back over 25 years. Eliminate the itch & odor, and regain
your confidence.If you’re frustrated by the lack of options available…
you take control of your vaginal pH, you will no longer have to suffer
with messy creams and toxic oral antifungals. Learn your triggers and
stop the symptoms before they start. **If monthly yeast infections are affecting your quality of life…
should start a monthly regimen of BoriCap before your period. Lower
premenstrual estrogen levels create a slight rise in vaginal pH,
resulting in an ideal environment in which yeast multiply. Vaginal pH
should ideally be kept acidic. By using a mild acid like BoriCap to
keep Candida yeast from growing, this acidity is maintained. If bathing suit season, antibiotics, or indulgence has thrown your pH off balance…
is the solution you’ve been waiting for. There are many things that
can throw off vaginal pH, including wet bathing suits, antibiotic use,
or indulgence in alcohol and love. BoriCap’s mild acidic properties
adjusts your pH level to normal, so your life is not disrupted by the
itching, burning and discharge caused by yeast infections and BV.
It has been reported that boric acid is effective in helping up to 98%
of patients who have previously failed to respond to most commonly used
antifungal agents. Since boric acid attributes as a mild antiseptic,
antifungal, and antiviral agent, it is commonly used in the form of a
suppository, inserted into the vagina, to treat yeast infections.
Intravaginal use only, not to be taken orally!
vulvovaginal symptoms are relatively common and may be difficult for
both the patient and the physician to diagnose. However, by placing an
emphasis on obtaining an accurate diagnosis, the cause of the patient's
symptoms can often be determined. In women who fail to respond to
treatment, it is important to reestablish the diagnosis to make sure
that the cause of the symptoms remains the same.