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What is vaginal health?

The vagina is part of the female anatomy. It is muscular canal of about 8cm long with a labia and vulva at the entrance, and the cervix and uterus at the other end.

The vagina itself has no glands but is lubricated by the secretion of the cervix. Normal vaginal discharge has a pleasant, mild smell and looks like milky white cream or clear egg white, depending on the moment of the menstrual cycle.

What is vaginal flora?

The vaginal flora is a community of micro-organisms which colonises the vagina. The dominant bacteria in a healthy vaginal flora consist of lactobacillus.

Lactobacillus protects the vagina by producing lactic acid, which provides the typically acidic pH value of the vagina. The acidic environment thus forms a protection barrier against pathogens.

Additionally, some lactobacillus also produce hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), which kills germs and prevents germs from multiplying freely.

Other micro-organisms such as yeast and coccoid bacteria are also found in the vagina and they live in a delicate balance with the lactobacilli. This balance is very important for the healthy vagina.

 What causes vaginal discomfort?

Hormonal imbalance - The mucous tissue of the vagina is strong and protective, and its thickness is determined by the balance of the sex hormones. this balance can be easily disturbed and changes during menstrual cycle, pregnancy and with age. Hormonal imbalance can cause the vaginal flora to be disturbed and ultimately cause vagina discomfort.

FAQs - Click Here

  1. Can I use Multi-Gyn for a long period of time?
    Yes, without an problems.
  2. Do Multi-Gyn products contain preservatives such as parabens?
    No, all Multi-Gyn products are preservative-free.
  3. Multi-Gyn ActiGel seems to make my problem worse. When Multi-Gyn does not improve your condition, there are the following possibilities:
    1. Allergy; anyone can be allergic to anything. Check by applying Multi-Gyn ActiGel on the inside of your forearm. When an itching red spot appears, allergy can be concluded to one of the components in the gel.
    2. Check for Candidiasis, Multi-Gyn ActiGel is not an antimycotic medication. It counters yeast, meaning that the gel can keep infection from candida away but it cannot cure an infection.
    3. 1% of women with complaints have a condition called "lactobacillosis" or "cytolitic vaginosis". This is an overgrowth of lactobacilli. This condition gives a very low pH4. Because Multi-Gyn ActiGel stimulates the growth of lactobacilli, you shoud not use the products under these circumstances. In this case rgular vaginal douching to flush the surplus of lactobacilli out is often a good solution.
  4. Multi-Gyn ActiGel stings
    Multi-Gyn ActiGel has an acidity (pH) of 4.1, the normal acidity of the vagina. Therefore it will sting/burn a bit on sensitive tissues similar to the way urine stings when you are experiencing vagina discomfort. As Multi-Gyn is meant to correct/improve the vaginal pH it cannot be a pH neutral product.
  5. Is the nozzle of the Multi-Gyn ActiGel tube long enough to insert the gel well into the vagina?
    The vagina is a canal of the length of your index finger; about 7-8 cm. the nozzle of Multi-Gyn Actigel is 6 cm and that is sufficient to bring the gel into place. The sticky gel will easily spread over the mucous tissues.
  6. Is Multi-Gyn ActiGel applied internally or externally? How many applications per package?
    Multi-Gyn ActiGel can be applied externally (labia) and internally (vagina) with the small applicator. The amount to apply is 2 ml = a hazelnut. The tube has 50 ml.
  7. How much Multi-Gyn ActiGel should I insert?
    There is no limit to the amount of Multi-Gyn ActiGel to be used; it is an absolutely safe product. However, you only need the amount of a hazelnut (2 ml) for efficacy.
  8. Can Multi-Gyn be used on small children?
    Yes, they only have to be warned about the stinging sensation because of the acidity. Small kids can have the same problems as post-menopausal women because their mucous tissues are (still) atrophic. They therefore, can suffer complaints such as bad odour and itch of Baterial vaginosis, not Candida.


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