Klovinal pessary is a combination of clotrimazole, metronidazole and lactobacillus spores.
It is, therefore, used for the treatment of mixed vaginal infections of candidiasis, bacterial vaginosis, and trichomoniasis.
Since none of its active ingredients is hormonal, and since none of them affects hormones in women, it can be safely used during ovulation without it interfering with the ovulation process.
Yes, ovulation is controlled by Follicle stimulating and Luteinizing hormones and can only be affected by hormonal drugs or things that affects these hormones (Follicle stimulating and Luteinizing hormones) or their production.
Excess stress (emotional and physical), dramatic weight gain or loss, some disease conditions, and, hormonal drugs affect ovulation.
Klovinal pessary is best used at night, when you are about to sleep. This is basically for convenience as you may choose to use it any time of the day.
Yes, you can equally use it either in the morning or in the afternoon. The only issue here is that you’d be required to lie down for a good number of minutes to allow its absorption into the body to complete.
An hour (60 minutes) is enough for klovinal pessary to be completely absorbed into the system after insertion.
You are to insert one of klovinal pessary into the vagina, once daily. If you choose morning, then you’d continue using it in the morning for the next 6 days.
In a similar way, if you choose afternoon or night (night is recommended), you are to continue using it at any of those times, once daily for 6 days.
Because klovinal contains metronidazole, you should not take alcohol while using it. Normally, you’re not to take alcohol while you’re on any drug.
Metronidazole reacts with alcohol and the result of this reaction is better told than experienced.
Yes, they react to produce highly discomforting effects called disulfiram like reaction.
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