Disposable douche may be used as long as the bottle remains unopened and the liquid is clear. Douching is not medically necessary. Douching does not prevent pregnancy and does not prevent or treat sexually transmitted diseases (stds), pelvic inflammatory disease (pid) or other genital infection.
An association has been reported between douching and pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, tubal infertility, chlamydia and bacterial vaginosis. These conditions require immediate medical attention.
Do not use this product:
• If you are experiencing any vaginal condition, such as discharge, burning, itching pain, discomfort.
• For self-treatment of any unusual vaginal symptoms.
• If you think you have a STD, PID, or any other genital infection.
• During your period, or if you have vaginal bleeding or spotting.
• During pregnancy or if you think you might be pregnant or if you are trying to become pregnant.
• After delivering a baby until consulting with a doctor.
• More than twice a week.
• If you develop vaginal dryness or irritation after using this product.
• 3 days before going to your doctor for a pelvic exam or before a Pap smear.
You should tell your doctor if you douche, the products you use and how often you douche.
Do not freeze.