If the patient has a fever (≥38°C), lower abdominal pain, back pain, foul-smelling vaginal discharge, nausea, vaginal haemorrhage, and/or associated shoulder pain, the patient should consult a physician.
Avoid contact with eyes and do not swallow.
Use in pregnancy: Experimental and clinical investigations indicates that Canesten does not have any harmful effects on the mother and child when administered during pregnancy.
Sanitation of the birth canal should be ensured particularly during the last 4-6 weeks of pregnancy.
During pregnancy, Canesten Vaginal Tablet should be inserted without using an applicator.
Administration during the 1st trimester of pregnancy should be used with clear indication.