Ginesol is an antimycotic drug.
Release form and composition
Ginezol cream is made, containing the active ingredient - miconazole sodium 0.02 g per 1 g of the preparation and auxiliary components: benzoic acid, mineral oil, peglycol-5-oleate, hydroxyanisole butylate, purified water, pegoxol-7-stearate, mineral oil.
They also produce vaginal suppositories Ginezol containing 0.1 g of miconazole sodium and an auxiliary substance - hydrogenated vegetable oil.
Indications for use
According to the instructions, Ginezol in the form of a cream is used for:
- Infections of the skin caused by microorganisms sensitive to the action of miconazole;
- Secondary infection with gram-positive bacteria.
Ginesol in the form of vaginal suppositories is indicated for use in:
- Infection with gram-positive pathogens, fungal balanitis.
The use of Ginezol quickly eliminates itching, which is the main sign of the presence of infectious diseases, without disturbing the acid-base balance of the vagina and the balance of microflora.
According to the instructions, Ginezol should not be used in cases of:
- Children's age up to 12 years;
- Herpetic infection;
- First trimester of pregnancy;
- Hypersensitivity to miconazole or auxiliary components of the drug.
Patients with diabetes mellitus during Gynesolum therapy require regular medical monitoring and control of laboratory parameters.
Dosing and Administration
Ginezol cream is used externally. The drug is applied twice a day to the affected skin with a thin layer and rubbed with gentle movements. The duration of therapy is until complete recovery, plus another week to prevent secondary infection.
Ginezol vaginal suppositories are applied at 0.2 g immediately before bedtime. The duration of treatment is 7 days.
Also use the following treatment regimen with Ginesol:
- The first day - 0.2 g immediately before bedtime;
- The next three days - 0.2 g twice a day;
- Another three days - 0.4 g immediately before bedtime.
After the disappearance of the main symptoms of the disease, it is recommended to continue the use of Ginesol for another two weeks.
During the period of therapy, a microbiological study should be carried out, the result of which gives the doctor grounds to adjust the dose of the drug and the duration of therapy.
Onychomycosis is treated continuously for 3 months.
The use of Ginesol mainly positively tolerated by patients, rarely develop side effects. The cream can occasionally cause contact dermatitis and skin irritation, suppositories - itching and burning of the vagina.
It is recommended to avoid getting the drug in the mouth and eyes.
If medication therapy for 3 days does not bring significant relief, it is recommended to contact your doctor and conduct additional microbiological diagnostics in order to clarify the type of pathogen and the features of the pathology.
Patients should be aware that hydrogenated vegetable oils present in vaginal suppositories of Ginesol can reduce the strength of condoms. Therefore, at the time of treatment with the drug should additionally use other methods of contraception.
In the period of use of Ginesol in the form of candles, you should not use hygienic tampons, as they reduce the effect of the active ingredient of the drug.
In case of infection of the genital organs, the course of treatment with Ginesol should be given to both partners.
During gestation in the second and third trimester, Ginesol is allowed for use, but only under strict indications. During breastfeeding should be careful when using the drug.
The combination of miconazole with coumarin anticoagulants, phenytoin, oral hypoglycemic agents enhances their action.
Structural analogues of Ginesol are:
- Ginesol 7;
- Miconazole nitrate.
Terms and conditions of storage
According to the instructions, Ginezol should be kept out of reach of children, dark and dry place, at a temperature of 15-25 degrees. The shelf life of the cream is 4 years, candles - 2 years.