How to Insert Boric Acid Supppositories

How to insert boric acid suppositories

Boric acid suppositories are an effective treatment option for recurring yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis. They can help you avoid a recurrent infection after you’ve completed standard treatments recommended by your doctor.

To insert pH-D how to insert boric acid suppositories without an applicator, lie on your back with your knees toward your chest. Using your finger, gently insert the suppository as far as it will comfortably go into your vagina.

Alternatively, you can hold the suppository by its tapered end and gently push it in your vagina, about a half- to one-inch away from your skin, says Dr. Joanne Dweck, M.D.

If you’re unsure how to insert boric acid suppositories, talk with your doctor or pharmacist. They can provide you with detailed instructions and recommend the best way to insert these suppositories.

How to insert a pH-D Boric Acid Suppository without an applicator

When you’re ready to insert your suppository, take it out of the package and wash your hands with warm soapy water. Then, unwrap the suppository and check that it is firm enough to insert into your vagina.

You can use your fingers or a plastic applicator to insert the suppository into your vagina. Make sure you don’t handle the suppository for too long, or the capsule will melt in your hand.

A boric acid suppository is a safe and convenient treatment for a yeast infection. It can help to restore a healthy pH in the vagina, which is key for controlling symptoms and avoiding recurrences. If you have a chronic or recurrent yeast infection, you should ask your doctor about trying a pH-D Boric Acid Suppository to help get rid of it and prevent any recurring ones from coming back.