Fleurstat BV Gel

Not so fresh ‘down there’?
It could be bacterial vaginosis (BV)

If you have noticed a ‘fishy odour’, it could be bacterial vaginosis (an imbalance in the naturally occurring vaginal bacteria).
BV is the most common vaginal infection, affecting approximately 12% of women of childbearing age.
Fortunately, BV is often easily treatable, so you can get back to feeling fresh and confident again.
12% of women

Fleurstat can help treat bacterial vaginosis

Fleurstat BVgel is a new product for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis and relief of its symptoms. It works to treat BV by disrupting the attachment of BV-causing bacteria to the vaginal lining. Fleurstat is not an antibiotic, and starts to work within 24 hours.
Fleurstat BV Gel

Where can I buy Fleurstat for bacterial vaginosis?

Fleurstat is available from pharmacies without a prescription. Ask at your pharmacy if Fleurstat is right for you.

Frequently asked questions

You do not need a prescription for Fleurstat BVgel. Ask at your pharmacy if Fleurstat is right for you.
Bacterial vaginosis, or ‘BV’, is a common condition caused by an imbalance between the ‘good’ bacteria and the ‘bad’ (BV-causing) bacteria that naturally occur in the vagina.
Normally, the vagina is slightly acidic, which is the perfect environment for the good bacteria to live and keep things normal. However, a range of factors can lead to depletion of the good bacteria, and the vagina can become less acidic. In this environment, the ‘bad’ bacteria thrive, affecting the overall health of the vagina and causing the BV symptoms.
Despite the fact that thrush is more well-known than bacterial vaginosis, BV is actually more common in women of childbearing age. There are a number of distinct differences between BV and thrush.
BV is caused by an imbalance in the naturally occurring bacteria inside the vagina. Thrush, however, is caused by an overgrowth of yeast called Candida.
The signs and symptoms of BV and thrush are quite different. Click here to find out more.
Apply one applicator full (approx. 5g) of Fleurstat BVgel into the vagina once daily, preferably at bedtime, for 7 days. It is important to complete the 7 day treatment course.

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