Canesten® Vaginal Tablet 1-day

Canesten® Vaginal Tablet 1-day

Be confident you're choosing the right thrush treatment!

Canesten® is the worlds #1 best selling thrush treatment brand. Canesten® Vaginal Tablet is an effective single-dose treatment. The single-dose 1-day application may be preferred by women with busy lifestyle or who prefer a convenient short-treatment course. Used alongside Canesten® External Cream, it lets you treat both the cause and the external symptoms of thrush.

The treatment is easy to use at home and irritating symptoms should begin to disappear soon.

Canesten® helps you feel comfortable again so you can get on with your life.

How do I know it’s thrush?

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Works to kill the root of the infection and relieve symptoms

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Effectiveness based on decades of science and innovation

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Choose a Canesten® product that suits your needs. Available in various easy-to-use formats.

Choose your treatment

Across the range of Canesten® thrush products, all treatments work equally well to treat an infection. We offer effective solutions to suit different lifestyles and preferences. Choose the option that suits you best:

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Duopak contains internal treatment & external cream, useful when external symptoms on your vulva stand in your way. Choose Single Pack (only internal treatment) when no external itching or burning annoys you.

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Different dosage to suit your preferences: from 1-day treatment (our highest dose) for women who have busy lifestyles or prefer a shorter course of treatment via 3-day (regular strength).

How to use?

Wash your hands thoroughly before and after using Canesten®

Try our complete intimate health regime

Thrush: what are the risk factors?

Yeast and bacteria are naturally present in your vagina. Thrush occurs when the level of Candida albicans  increases. There are times when you're more prone to thrush:

Sobel JD. Vulvovaginal candidosis. Lancet 2007: 369, 1961-71

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In pregnancy, especially during the third trimester

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When you have a weakened immune system

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When you're on your period

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When taking certain medications

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With medical conditions such as diabetes or HIV and when undergoing chemotherapy

Thrush: how can I prevent it?

If you're worried that thrush will come back or you suffer from recurring symptoms, there are a few things you can try:

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Wear cotton underwear and change regularly, especially after exercise

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Change your tampons or pads frequently

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Avoid indulging in very hot bubble baths

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Avoid stress and maintain a healthy diet free from high-sugar food

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Avoid perfumed products in and around your intimate area

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Wipe from front to back after going to the toilet

Don't let thrush hold you back

Take control of thrush symptoms, free from worry and discomfort.

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Don’t miss a thing – let Canesten® help you enjoy all the quality time life brings.

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Can men get thrush?

It’s less common than in women, but men can also suffer from thrush symptoms

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  • Although it’s not an STI, it can be passed back and forth during sex. Foreskin constriction, a weakened immune system, antibiotics or diabetes may make men more susceptible
  • Canesten® external cream can provide effective treatment for men with thrush infections.

Reference: *Sobel JD. Vulvovaginal candidosis. Lancet 2007: 369, 1961-71

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