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RESULTS: Vitamin D serum levels: we could find that obviously vitamin D is reabsorbed by the vaginal mucosa. Before treatment, 100 patients (=50%) had insufficient vitamin D serum values (




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CONCLUSION: When compared with the ineffective lactobacillus vaginal suppositories, the high-dose vitamin D vaginal suppositories were effective.Most of the 200 patients subjectively and objectively had benefit.The high-dose vitamin D vaginal treatment might be an option for the therapy and prophylaxis of chronical cervical infections and of a dysplasia of the cervix uteri (CIN 1, CIN 2).


PurposeVaginal atrophy is one of the most common side effects of using tamoxifen in women with breast cancer. Hormone therapy for vaginal atrophy is prohibited in these women. The present study was conducted to investigate the effect of vitamin D and E vaginal suppositories on vaginal atrophy in women with breast cancer receiving tamoxifen.


MethodsWomen under breast cancer management receiving tamoxifen and showing symptoms of vaginal atrophy were randomized triple-blind to an 8-week trial on vaginal suppository vitamin E or vitamin D or placebo administered every night before bedtime. The genitourinary atrophy self-assessment tool was administered, and pH was measured in all three groups before the intervention and at the end of weeks 2, 4, and 8 of the intervention. The Vaginal Maturation Index (VMI) was also measured before the intervention and at the end of the eighth week. Data were analyzed with paired t tests, repeated measures analysis of variance, and chi-square test.


ConclusionThese data support that vitamin D and E vaginal suppositories were beneficial in improving vaginal atrophy in women with breast cancer receiving tamoxifen. Given the prohibition on hormone therapy in these women, the suppositories can be used as an alternative therapy to improve these symptoms.


Hi ladies, does anyone know where can I find vitamin D suppositories? I read an article of a study that was done and although the results weren't that impressive I wanna give it a try myself. This is the link for the study:\n


This is interesting. Thanks for sharing it. I have a vitamin D deficiency and it's been hard over the last several years to change that. I think I don't take my supplements often enough. I understand the study was done with suppositories, and I don't know how to go about it, but making sure your vit D is over 30 would be a great thing to do. I will make sure I take enough daily, after I eat something with fat, for a better absorption. Sending you my best wishes.


Part of my treatment was to take 5000 IU of vitamin D orally every day to support my immune system and replace deficiency. It's a good idea to get blood work done so that you know where your vitamin D status is. I've never heard of anyone doing suppositories but it's good you're doing your own research into this. There are actually a lot of supplements with research on helping clear HPV. The one I've seen most often is a high-dose methyl folate supplement - I took 5 mg of methly-folate during my treatment.


I read on this site thst women had success with AHCC suppositories and i i had success with green tea suppositories. Maybe you can find an obgyn doctor in Puerto Rico who will do eschoratics. Some doctors dont mind doing it. Its very easy.


Did you make your own green tea suppositories or through a compounding pharmacy? The compounded formula I was given does not break down very well. It left hard residue behind. they used palm oil and I am wanting to make them myself with coconut oil. The post I read where someone did their own did not indicate how much coconut oil to use with the green tea capsules to make the suppositories.


Hi ladies, does anyone know where can I find vitamin D suppositories? I read an article of a study that was done and although the results weren't that impressive I wanna give it a try myself. This is the link for the study:


Q: How long should you use pH-D?A: For vaginal odor, insert one pH-D suppository into the vagina per day, preferably before bedtime, until odor free. For vaginal dryness and improving vaginal moisture, insert one pH-D vitamin E suppository into the vagina per day, preferably before bedtime, as needed.


Q: What are the possible issues with boric acid suppositories?A: Some women may experience mild burning or minor irritations. This may occur if the vitamin E vaginal suppository was not inserted far enough into the vagina or if you have any irritated or open skin within the vagina. Women may also experience watery leakage, so we recommend using a panty liner at night.


Q: I used a suppository and have experienced some spotting, should I be concerned?A: A small percentage of women experience spotting when using boric acid suppositories. It is safe to continue use if you are comfortable doing so. However, if it worsens or you begin to experience burning or any minor irritations, we recommend you discontinue use.


Q: I used a suppository and have experienced some bleeding, should I be concerned?A: A small percentage of women experience bleeding when using boric acid suppositories. It is safe to continue use if it is slight and you are comfortable doing so. However, discontinue use if it worsens and becomes more pronounced. Also, discontinue use if you experience burning or irritation.


According to Planned Parenthood, 18 percent of women using contraceptive suppositories will become pregnant each year despite using them correctly. With imperfect use, this figure can be as high as 28 percent.


For many decades, people have used boric acid suppositories as an alternative treatment for recurrent vaginal yeast infections. These are also available over the counter in most health stores and online.


However, vaginal suppositories for treating yeast infections and vaginal dryness are generally considered both safe and effective. In many cases, they may also provide faster and more targeted relief than oral medications, along with fewer side effects.


Sarebani Z, Alimoradi Z, Aali E, et al. Investigating the effect of vitamin D vaginal suppository on sexual function among postmenopausal women: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. BMC Womens Health. 2020;20(1):27. doi:10.1186/s12905-020-00899-6


Parnan Emamverdikhan A, Golmakani N, Tabassi SA, Hassanzadeh M, Sharifi N, Shakeri MT. A survey of the therapeutic effects of Vitamin E suppositories on vaginal atrophy in postmenopausal women. Iran J Nurs Midwifery Res. 2016;21(5):475-481. doi:10.4103/1735-9066.193393


Boric acid suppositories have long been recommended by ob-gyns and health practitioners to help treat persistent or recurring vaginal issues like yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis (BV). Recently, some TikTok influencers have been promoting the idea that these capsules are a must-try miracle fix that can do everything from managing vaginal odor and discomfort, to curing vaginal dryness, to keeping you feeling fresh down there all day.


The popular TikTok videos and claims may be new, but boric acid suppositories have been around for decades. Boric acid is a white powder derived from the element boron. It has antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties and can be found in household cleaners, insecticides, and laundry stain removers. It is safe in the vagina as a bacterial or antifungal treatment but can be toxic when taken orally, so it should never be taken by mouth. (Do not ingest!)


Herbal medicines can be effective at the first sign of the infection and also for short-term prophylaxis. Using vitamins, trace elementals, and/or sugars is an effective approach in preventing UTIs, and a combination of them with other antibacterial agents shows positive results. Probiotics have great potential for the threat of antibiotic over-usage and the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms. This study may be of use in developing the efficient formulation of treatment of UTI.


In the last decades, the extensive use of antibiotics has resulted in the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacterial pathogens and leads to the spread of antibiotic resistance. Additionally, because of the chronic nature of UTIs and the potential for antibiotic resistance, a promising approach to prevention and treatment is favorable. These days various approaches have been developed to overcome the problems associated with antibiotic resistance [11,12,13]. Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) has been recognized as an effective approach for the treatment of infection by antibiotic-resistant bacteria [11, 14,15,16]. CAM consists of a wide range of products such as natural compounds, dietary supplements as vitamins and minerals, and also probiotics [17]. This type of medicine has been attracted great attention in modern countries. For example, according to statics, 1.8% of children in the USA are treated with CAM. However, the real frequency of CAM is estimated higher than this amount. Clinically research suggests the best natural options for long-term prevention include probiotics, medical herbs, vitamins, and elements that have also been shown to prevent UTIs [18,19,20]. So, we could hope that using CAM in the treatment of UTI could provide desirable results, especially when combined with a routine antibiotic regimen. In the present review, the most important classes of the compound which have been used in CAM are mentioned. By using these natural remedies along with conventional antibiotic therapies, better results were obtained. 041b061a72


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