Boric Acid Capsules

Boric acid capsules are an alternative treatment for vaginal yeast infections that keep coming back even with antifungal medication. They work by boosting the body’s natural defenses against candida, which is normally present in low numbers but can get out of control when the balance of normal vaginal bacteria gets upset.

What are the side effects of boric acid capsules?

Yeast infections are a common problem that can cause itching and vaginal discharge. They usually respond well to antibiotics and can be cured in most people who take them. But they can sometimes be a problem for women with immunosuppression (including people who are pregnant) or HIV disease.

Another condition that can cause itching, a green or yellow discharge, and pain during sex is trichomoniasis, an STI caused by the parasite trichomonas vaginalis. These infections are more likely to occur in people with multiple sexual partners.

The homeopathic treatment boric acid suppositories are often prescribed as an alternative to standard antifungal medicines like miconazole. They’re also used to prevent vaginal yeast infections in certain people.

They aren’t meant to be taken orally, and they should not be given to children. They can be toxic if taken by mouth and can open wounds in the vaginal area.

Before using this product, tell your doctor about all of the medicines you take. This includes prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal products.

Generally, you should wait 24 to 48 hours after using boric acid suppositories before putting anything else in your vagina, such as a penis, tampon, or sex toy. This is especially important if you’re using suppositories to treat bacterial vaginosis, since BV can be transmitted to your partner if it occurs while you’re on your period.