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How to use Cansoft medicine? Will it dissolve completely or will it come out with urine?

Can you please tell me how to use Cansoft CL medicine? Doctor advised for vaginal use, but didn t guide properly how deep it should be placed and for how much time it should be kept inside. Will it dissolve completely or it will come out with urine . We have 30 weeks pregnancy, it was advised due to vaginal infection. thanks a lot.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Welcome to the forum. Cansoft has an applicator in the kit. You can apply the pessary with the help of the applicator.

It will be better for you to apply it with your hand (to avoid any injuries internally as you are pregnaant) and place it at a position as high as possible. Do it quickly. Do not fiddle with it.

Cansoft has cotrimazole which is used for fungal infections in the vagina. Yes, it dissolves and reduces the infection locally. Use it strictly as prescribed by your treating doctor.

Thanks for writing in the forum. Take care.
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Radiologist Dr. Arun Prasad's  Response
Cansoft is an Antifungal drug. Usually an applicator is provided to insert the pessary.If not,just insert the capsule as high you can by hand.
It will easily be dissolved in the vagina.
Wish you best of Health.
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