7 Aug 2009
Metronidazole vaginal gel is used to teat bacterial vaginitis. ( A bacterial infection of the vagina) Sexual intercourse is not advised whilst being treated. This is because it could reduce the effectiveness of the gel and you could infect your partner. You may need to consult your Doctor if the Metronidazole gel has not cleared your infection or if your partner starts to experience symptoms.
- Metronidazole Information for Consumers
- Metronidazole Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Metronidazole (detailed)
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Can Metronidazole Gel affect oral contraceptive? If so how long should I wait after unprotected sex?
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I no longer have the applicators for my Metronidazole vaginal gel. I know the applicator holds 5 grams of the gel, but how much would that be in mLs, ...
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