6 Sep 2009
You should not use tampons while you are using Monistat.
How should you use Monistat?
Use Monistat exactly as prescribed.
Keep all forms of this medicine away from your eyes.
If you are using the vaginal cream or suppository, follow these steps:
1. Load the applicator to the fill line with cream, or unwrap a tablet, wet it with warm water, and place it in the applicator as shown in the instructions you received with the product.
2. Lie on your back with your knees drawn up.
Gently insert the application high into the vagina and push the plunger.
3. Withdraw the applicator and discard it if disposable, or wash with soap and water.
To keep the vaginal medication from getting on your clothing, wear a sanitary napkin. Do not use tampons because they will absorb the medicine. Wear cotton underwear--avoid synthetic fabrics such as rayon or nylon. Do not douche unless your doctor tells you to do so.
Dry the genital area thoroughly after a shower, bath, or swim. Change out of a wet bathing suit or damp workout clothes as soon as possible. Yeast is less likely to flourish in a dry environment.
Do not scratch if you can help it. Scratching can cause more irritation and can spread the infection.
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The box said day or night so I inserted the ovule but soon realized it was leaking out. Don't know if it is still effective
1 answer • 19 Apr 2012
Im just going to be laying in bed all day. It is very irritating I've had before but couldn't use during day
1 answer • 18 Jun 2013
Monistat-1 - I used the monistat 1 and it said day or night...I inserted the ovule and went to work?
... and a few hours later it start to run out of me and it burned for a few hours then stopped?
1 answer • 10 Aug 2013
Monistat 7 - Im using monistat and it's day two I put it on before bed but a lot of gewy clear stuff
... is coming out and sometimes it even comes out during the day. it's really uncomfortable. Is it the monistat or possibly something else? It ...
2 answers • 5 Dec 2013