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Femilex® [Lactic acid]

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2019-09-19
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Clinical Pharmacology

Pharmaco-therapeutic group: Antiseptic

pharmachologic effect

Lactic acid is a natural product of the life of the lactic acid bacteria of the vagina, provides a vaginal secretion pH in the range of 3.5-4.5. Suppositories with lactic acid help restore and maintain normal pH and vaginal flora, suppress the growth of acid-sensitive pathogenic and conditionally pathogenic flora.

Lactic acid creates an acid reserve for the correction of the shift in pH in the alkaline direction observed in vaginal infections. It helps to increase the natural protection of the vagina from genital infections.

Pharmacokinetics

Information about the pharmacokinetics are not available.

Indications

Normalization of impaired microflora and vaginal pH, incl. with bacterial vaginosis (as part of complex therapy).

Composition

One suppository contains: active ingredient - lactic acid 100 mg (based on 100% substance); excipients: suppository base - macrogol 1500 (polyethylene oxide 1500), macrogol 400 (polyethylene oxide 400).

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Femilex® [Lactic acid]

Dosage and Administration

Intravaginally. Before use, the suppository is released from the contour packaging. One vaginal suppository is inserted into the vagina (supine with slightly bent legs) 1 time / day. The course of treatment is 10 days.

Adverse reactions

There may be allergic reactions, itching, in rare cases - a burning sensation in the vagina, taking place after discontinuation of the drug.

Contraindications

  • Candida vulvovaginitis;
  • pregnancy;
  • breastfeeding period;
  • children's age (up to 18 years);
  • hypersensitivity to the drug.

Drug interactions

No information available.

Pregnancy and Lactation

Use during pregnancy is contraindicated, because clinical trials in pregnant women were not conducted.

Information on the penetration into breast milk is not available. Use during breastfeeding.

Special instructions

If there is a burning sensation and itching, it is recommended to conduct an examination to exclude a fungal infection of the vagina.

Overdosage

No cases of drug overdose have been reported.

  • Brand name: Femilex
  • Active ingredient: Lactic acid
  • Dosage form: Vaginal suppositories 100 mg. 5 suppositories are placed in a blister packaging. One or two blister strip packagings, along with instructions for medical use of the drug, are placed in a carton pack.
  • Manufacturer: Nizhpharm

Studies and clinical trials of Lactic acid (Click to expand)

  1. Identification of Lactic Acid Bacteria fromAlgerian Traditional Cheese, El-Klila
  2. Leuconostoc fallax, an acid and ethanol tolerant lactic acid bacterium
  3. Effect of prerigor lactic acid treatment on lysosomal enzyme release in bovine muscle
  4. Effect on weaner pig performance and diet microbiology of feeding a liquid diet acidified to pH 4 with either lactic acid or through fermentation withPediococcus acidilactici
  5. Relationship between proteolytic changes and tenderness in prerigor lactic acid marinated beef
  6. Lactic acid production and rheological properties of yogurt made from milk acidified with carbon dioxide
  7. A comparative study on the determination of lactic acid in silage juice by colorimetric, high-performance liquid chromatography and enzymatic methods
  8. Effect of lactic or acetic acid on degradation of myofibrillar proteins in post-mortem goose (Anser anser) breast muscle
  9. A new chain extension reaction on poly(lactic-glycolic acid) (PLGA) thermal oligomers leading to high molecular weight PLGA-based polymeric products
  10. Hydrolysis of lactic acid based poly(ester-urethane)s
  11. Thermal stability of poly(lactic acid) before and after γ-radiolysis
  12. Photodynamic therapy of tumours with hexadecafluoro zinc phthalocyanine formulated in PEG-coated poly(lactic acid) nanoparticles
  13. Design and testing of a new cisplatin form using a base material by combining poly-D,L-lactic acid and polyethylene glycol acid against peritoneal metastasis
  14. Sequence constraints in a glycine–lactic acid copolymer determined by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry
  15. Transient and stationary operating conditions on performance of lactic acid bacteria crossflow microfiltration
  16. Extractive lactic acid fermentation in poly (ethyleneimine)-based aqueous two-phase system
  17. Analysis of phase composition in aqueous two-phase systems using a two-column chromatographic method: Application to lactic acid production by extractive fermentation
  18. Enhancement of L(+)-lactic acid production using mycelial flocs of Rhizopus oryzae
  19. Lactic acid fermentation in a recycle batch reactor using immobilized Lactobacillus casei
  20. Novel polymer–polymer conjugates for recovery of lactic acid by aqueous two-phase extraction
  21. Enhanced production of L-(+)-lactic acid in chemostat by Lactobacillus casei DSM 20011 using ion-exchange resins and cross-flow filtration in a fully automated pilot plant controlled via NIR
  22. A kinetic study of the lactic acid fermentation. Batch process at controlled pH
  23. Reaction kinetics of lactic acid with methanol catalyzed by acid resins
  24. Effect of molecular weight and crystallinity on poly(lactic acid) mechanical properties

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