How to use BV Clear Finisher?

BV Clear Finisher is for women under 45 or premenopausal to clear stubborn case of BV that did not respond to BV Clear.

If you are over 45 or postmenopausal or you have not used BV Clear, you should not use this strong product. You may be sensitive to the product and feel burning.

Please start using it at the beginning of your menstrual cycle, preferably the second day after your period is cleared. This will allow a longer treatment time without interruption by menstrual blood.

At bedtime with an empty bladder, insert the suppository as deeply as you can with fingers or an applicator. Refrigerate it first helps inserting it deeper. Keep the laying down position for at least 20 minutes or preferably the whole night to allow maximal absorption.

White discharge the next day is normal. If discharge is too much, wearing a pantiliner may help protect the underwear.

If you feel burning, you can take one day break and cut one suppository into two halves and use one half suppository per day. See image below for cutting the suppository. Using a half suppository can help you reduce its irritation.

If you still feel burning after using a half suppository, you can cut a suppository into 4 pieces and use a quarter once daily.

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If you do not feel burning, use the next suppository on the second day. Using the product in two consecutive days can help you get a head start in the healing process.

Then, you can take one day break and use the 3rd suppository on the 4th day. If you are lucky, on day 5, your stubborn case of BV may be cleared.

If your BV is not cleared on the 5th day, your case may be highly stubborn. You can continue using BV Clear Finisher to clear BV as described above until your BV is cleared.

Disclaimer: This article is for information purposes only. It is about natural products, nutrients, and/or alternative methods for managing discomforts associated with vaginal dysbiosis (imbalance of microbiome, not a true infection or disease). It is not medical advice for the treatment of any diseases.

Apr 24, 2023

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