Thanks to the experts of this site https://pillintrip.com/medicine/donaxyl we have learned that the indications for the use of this medicine are vaginal discharge of bacterial and fungal origin (e.g., bacterial vaginosis and candidiasis)
Dosage and administration
Dosage / frequency and duration of administration: Administer one vaginal tablet every day for six days.
The treatment should be interrupted during the menstrual cycle and continued after the end of menstrual bleeding.
Treatment should be continued even if subjective discomfort (itching, discharge, smell) has disappeared. Because stopping treatment before the six-day period of drug use may cause a relapse of the disease.
Using decualinium chloride in doses higher than 1 tablet per day will not enhance the effect and will facilitate the occurrence of side effects. For this reason, the recommended daily dose should not be exceeded.
How to use: Vaginal tablets should be inserted deep into the vagina in the evening before going to bed. It is better to insert the drug into the vagina by extending the arm and slightly bending the knees.
In rare cases and when the vagina is very dry, the vaginal pill may not disintegrate and be expelled as is. In this case, there is no danger of vaginal damage. If the vagina is dry, the vaginal tablet can be moistened with a drop of water before inserting it into the vagina.
Decualinium chloride vaginal tablets also contain ingredients that are not completely dissolved. Therefore, the remains of the tablets may come out of the vagina, but this does not reduce the effect of the drug.
Additional information for special populations: Renal / hepatic impairment:
No dose adjustment is necessary in patients with hepatic or renal impairment.
Young girls who have not reached puberty should not use this medication.
No dose adjustment is required for the elderly population.
Persons with hypersensitivity to the active ingredient or any other ingredient,
Persons with ulceration of the vaginal epithelium,
Warnings and precautions for special use
Sexual intercourse should be avoided during treatment with dequalinium chloride.
Do not use with dequalinium chloride, soap or other anionic surfactants.
DONAXYL contains 653.50 mg of lactose monohydrate. It should not be used in patients with rare hereditary problems of galactose intolerance, Lapp lactase deficiency or glucose-galactose malabsorption.