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Gyno Daktarin

Gyno Daktarin is and anti-fungal cream used for the treatment of vaginal thrush. It contains miconazole, which can kill fungi and yeast.

See Gyno Daktarin Vaginal Cream Patient Information Leaflet

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Gyno Daktarin is and anti-fungal cream used for the treatment of vaginal thrush. It contains miconazole, which can kill fungi and yeast.

See Gyno Daktarin Vaginal Cream Patient Information Leaflet

Dosage instructions
Insert the cream into the vagina twice each day for 7 days. If there are no improvements please see your GP.