MONISTAT® 1 Vaginal Ovule™

Miconazole nitrate vaginal ovule 1200 mg

Monistat Vaginal Ovule

MONISTAT® 1 Vaginal Ovule™ relieves the vaginal itching, burning and white discharge due to vaginal yeast infections (candidiasis) within 1 to 3 days and with just one dose.

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Read leaflet for full directions and precautions before use. Using the enclosed applicator, insert the ovule high into the vagina, once during the day or at bedtime, even if menstruating. For vaginal use only. Do not take by mouth.

Active Ingredient

Miconazole nitrate vaginal ovule 1200 mg

Nonmedicinal Ingredients

(alphabetical): gelatin, glycerin, lecithin, mineral oil, sodium ethylparaben, sodium propylparaben, titanium dioxide, white petrolatum.

Do not use if carton or applicator overwrap is open or if ovule blister is broken. Store in a dry place at room temperature (15-30°C). Product Monograph available to doctors and pharmacists on request.

If you have had a vaginal yeast infection diagnosed by a doctor before and you have the same symptoms now, use this ovule as directed; otherwise, talk to a doctor.

Talk to a doctor before using MONISTAT® products if you are taking an oral anticoagulant (blood thinning medication) such as warfarin, if you are pregnant or think you may be or if you are breastfeeding. Talk to a doctor before use if you have a fever; unusual pain in the back or lower abdomen; foul-smelling vaginal discharge, or if any of these symptoms develop during treatment.

Not all vaginal infections are caused by yeast. Talk to a doctor if, after starting treatment, there is no improvement within 3 days or symptoms last more than 7 days or return within 2 months. Discontinue use if skin rash, hives, abdominal cramps or new irritation occurs.

Not for use by children under 12 years of age unless directed by a doctor. This medication reduces the effectiveness of latex condoms and diaphragms. Their use is not recommended during MONISTAT® 1 therapy and for 3 days afterwards. Condoms and diaphragms may be damaged and fail to prevent pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.