Fleurstat BVgel

For treatment and relief of bacterial vaginosis (BV)

The symptoms of bacterial vaginosis (BV) can be embarrassing, so it’s helpful to find a BV medication that provides rapid relief.

Fleurstat BVgel is a clinically proven* non-antibiotic treatment.

Fleurstat BVgel is for treatment of bacterial vaginosis (BV) and relief from symptoms, including unpleasant vaginal odour and discharge, helping to normalise vaginal pH and restore the normal vaginal flora balance.

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How does Fleurstat BVgel work?

Fleurstat BVgel is not an antibiotic. Fleurstat BVgel works to treat BV by disrupting the attachment of BV-causing bacteria to the vaginal lining.

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The recommended dose is one applicator full (equivalent to 5g) vaginally once daily, preferably at bedtime, for 7 days. It is important to complete all 7 doses, even if your symptoms go away.

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You do not need a prescription for Fleurstat BVgel, but you need to ask your pharmacist or doctor if this treatment is right for you

See your doctor if symptoms persist after 7 days or recur within 2 weeks, and if you consider you may be at risk of an STI.

See a doctor if you are diabetic or pregnant / breastfeeding (or plan to be).

Where can I find Fleurstat?

Fleurstat BVgel BV medication can be found in all major pharmacies across the country. Use the pharmacy finder below to find a stockist in your local area.

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      Bacterial Vaginosis Symptoms

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      The presence of a strong ‘fishy’ odour and characteristic white or grey watery discharge are a few BV symptoms to look out for. Speak to your pharmacist who will be able to assist you.

      What causes BV

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      As the name implies, bacterial vaginosis (BV) is caused by an imbalance of bacteria in the vagina. BV is the most common type of vaginal infection that women suffer.

      Frequently asked questions

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      Suffering from bacterial vaginosis (BV) can be inconvenient and embarrassing at times. You may not be sure if you have BV or thrush, so it’s important to ask questions so that you can find the right treatment information.