Boric Acid Suppository
Boric acid suppository is a popular choice among women for treating recurring vaginal problems, including yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis (BV). They are non-prescription, safe, and effective.
How Does Boric Acid Suppository Work?
The suppository for ph balance in a suppository kills or suppresses the growth of certain bacteria and fungi. It also helps to balance the pH of the vagina. This normal acidic environment in the vagina is important for protecting against infection.
How Do I Use a Boric Acid Suppository
The easiest way to insert a boric acid suppository is to gently push it into your vagina using an applicator or finger. You may also wish to wear a panty liner to protect your clothing from discharge.
Which Dosage Should I Use?
The dosage of boric acid suppositories should be determined by your OB-GYN. It will depend on your symptoms and what type of yeast infection you have. Typically, it is used for acute infections or as a prophylaxis to prevent future yeast infections.
When choosing a product, look for suppositories that contain only pure, all-natural ingredients with the standard recommended dosage of 600 mg. Many products on the market today contain artificial ingredients, preservatives, dyes, or scents that can be harmful to your health.
You can choose from many different brands of boric acid suppositories. You should find one that is made from a natural and pure boric acid powder with no artificial fillers. Most of these suppositories come in packages of six to twelve suppositories, and each suppository contains around 600 mg of boric acid.