CERVIRON together with antibiotic treatment

CERVIRON together with antibiotic treatment

Combination of Cerviron® with antibiotic or antifungal treatments

The Cerviron® medical device is indicated as adjunctive and supportive treatment in addition to anti-infectious treatment regimens for its antibiotic boosting effect. Cerviron® thus prevents relapses and contributes to the restoration of vaginal pH and the conservation of lactobacillus species.

Having a reparative and probiotic effect, Cerviron® ovules is indicated as long-term supportive therapy. Herbal alkaloids (marigold, thyme, gentian, and turmeric) are a good support in antibacterial action, adding anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiseptic and re-epithelial effect.
Adjunctive therapy with Cerviron® may be prescribed for a minimum of 10 consecutive days.

The recommended dose is 1 ovule of Cerviron® by intravaginal administration, preferably in the evening, at bedtime. The use of the ovules starts on the first day after the menstrual cycle.

  • For vulvovaginitis: the treatment is given for 15 days, for 3 consecutive months.
  • For the recovery of the vaginal flora: the treatment is administered for 10 consecutive days.

The medical device is easy to handle and administer. Administration can be done in the comfort of home. The ovules are rapidly absorbed locally and do not flow. The active substances diffuse at the administration site and are not absorbed systemically.
Relief of symptoms may occur within the first month of treatment. In order to strengthen and maintain the obtained favourable effects, it is recommended that treatment be continued for several months.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding

Cerviron® can be administered during pregnancy and lactation under the guidance of the specialist physician, the active principles being absorbed only locally. You can obtain more information about the use of Cerviron®  in pregnancy and lactation from your gynaecologist.

For more information about the use or benefits of Cerviron®, please consult your gynaecologist.