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Vaginal Flagyl and Alcohol Use – Are There Any Issues to Be Concerned About?

Vaginal Flagyl is an intravaginal dosage form of the antibacterial and antiprotozoal agent that is popularly known as Flagyl.  Vaginal Flagyl comes in the form of a gel.  It is a purified water solution that contains metronidazole, the active ingredient and generic name of Flagyl.  The formulation of the gel is at pH 4.0 to prevent incurring any changes within the vagina’s pH concentration levels and help regulate the natural acidity of the vagina.

The active ingredient of vaginal Flagyl, metronidazole, falls under imidazole class of antibacterial agents.  The treatment property of metronidazole is both antibacterial and antiprotozoal and therefore possesses the treatment capacity to eliminate both bacterial infection and protozoal infection.  Continue reading “Vaginal Flagyl and Alcohol Use – Are There Any Issues to Be Concerned About?” »