... was discharge from the oval and it also looked like a portion (or all) of the oval had come out as well. Is this normal or will I have to get a new treatment? Thank you!
It's best to insert the Monistat just before bed so you are lying down for a good few hours to give time for the medicine to be absorbed without having to fight against gravity.
If it really did look like the ovule had come out in its entirety then insert another - but if you had a good hour or so lying down and the ovule was quite distorted then there's a good chance the medicine has had time to be absorbed.
Hope this helps.
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