Gynekol is a dietary supplement whose action is aimed at maintaining the functions of the urogenital system.
Release form and composition
Ginekol is produced in the form of round green tablets, in blisters of 20 pieces.
Each of them contains dry extract of yarrow, grass of the uterus of the uterus and excipients - microcellulose, aerosil and calcium stearate.
Also release drops Gynekol intended for oral administration, in vials of 30 ml. The product contains aqueous-alcoholic extract of the bark of an ant tree, grass of the pine forest of the uterus, rhizomes and roots of the red brush.
Indications for use
The instructions for Gynekol indicated that the drug was used in exacerbation of inflammatory diseases of the urogenital system (as an additional source of salidroside and arbutin).
The drug is not prescribed in cases of hypersensitivity to the components included in its composition. Also, the use of Gynekol contraindicated during pregnancy and during the period of breastfeeding.
Dosing and Administration
Tablets and drops of Gynekol are taken orally during meals. Dosage means 20 drops (1 tablet) twice a day. The duration of therapy should not exceed 90 days.
With the use of Gynekol allergic reactions may occur.
Before using the drug is recommended to consult a doctor. Gynekol is not a drug.
Drug synonyms are not released. Gynekol's counterparts include Vagilak, Milona-14, Ursul, Suprenamine, Prolith and Monurel PreviTsist.
Terms and conditions of storage
The instructions for Gynekol indicate that the product should be stored in a dry place inaccessible to children, well ventilated and protected from light, at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C.
The drug is released from pharmacies without a prescription. The shelf life of drops and tablets, subject to all recommendations of the manufacturer, is two years.