Maximum strength of miconazole nitrate (1,200 milligrams) that requires just one application. Powerful and convenient. Ovule insert is easy to use. Relieves symptoms fast. Includes an applicator and external itch-relief cream.
The strong, one-day treatment comes with a higher likelihood of side effects than lower milligram treatments, including burning, pain, and itching.
Offers 1,200 milligrams of miconazole nitrate, which is the strongest dose and suitable for quick relief. Insert form is easier to use and less messy than creams. Comes with external itch cream and applicator. Costs less than top brand treatments.
Pain, itching, and burning sensation are likely due to the high level of medicine in the single dose.
Contains 6.5% tioconazole, another antifungal that's effective at treating yeast infections. Comes in a pre-dosed applicator that's ready to use. Only one dose required for relief. Comes with soothing anti-itch wipes that are infused with vitamin E and aloe.
Not all users experienced relief after treatment. Some reports of damaged packaging or close sell by dates.
Delivers 200 milligrams of nconazole nitrate per dose in a three-day treatment, making it a good option for mild to moderate infections. Easy-to-use ovule insert form. Includes three applicators and cream that soothes external itching.
Side effects including pain and burning are possible but less likely to occur than when maximum one-day treatments are used.
Low dose formula contains 100 milligrams of miconazole nitrate per application. Not as likely to cause bothersome side effects as higher dose treatments. Also calms external itching and comes with seven applicators.
Cream form can be messy, and must be used for the full seven days of treatment to achieve the best results. Occasional reports of side effects.
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