Are you’re unsure if you have bacterial vaginosis or thrush?
Canestest self test is a reliable self-test to help you quickly determine which common vaginal infection (bacterial vaginosis or thrush) you could be suffering from and enable you to treat it quickly and effectively.
Canestest self test is a convenient self-test that helps you to find out whether you’re likely to suffer from thrush or BV and also helps you to find the right treatment for you. This innovation allows you to regain control of your intimate health – it’s over 90% accurate and it only takes seconds to receive your swab results. The test itself is a simple, easy to use the swab to indicate if your vaginal pH level is abnormal.
Canesten Thrush Duo Oral Capsule & External Cream. Treats the cause and symptoms of thrush. The capsule contains Fluconazole 150mg. The 10g tube of cream contains Clotrimazole 200mg (2% w/w)
Canesten duo is Suitable for Adults between 16 – 60 years of ageLearn More
£14.87 £11.21 £11.39 £11.39 £9.60 £11.54
Treat the internal infection and relieve the itching with Canesten Thrush combi pessary and External Cream.
A vaginal thrush infection may cause any of the following symptoms: whitish, odourless vaginal discharge, persistent burning, itching, redness, swelling and soreness of the vagina and vulva.
Canesten Thrush Combi pessary and Cream contains one pessary, which is a single-dose treatment that effectively treats the thrush infection inside the vagina, and a tube of Canesten thrush external 2% cream, that you apply to the vulva and labia to relieve the itching. The external cream can also be used on your partner’s penis if he has thrush as well.
Canesten Thrush Combi pessary and Cream is used to treat thrush in adults aged 16 to 60 years.
£13.50 £8.03 £6.14 £6.93
Fluconazole is used to treat infections caused by fungi and may also be used to stop you from getting a candidal infection. The most common cause of fungal
infections is yeast called Candida.
Fluconazole is used to treat a fungal infection called vaginal thrush (in women), and associated candidal balanitis (in men).