Vaginal and Uterine conditions like Dryness, Prolapse and Inflammation are common conditions in which the vaginal mucosa undergoes changes due to local and systemic problems like hormonal changes, menstrual related problems etc. This causes the inner layer to lose its moisture and thus cause dryness, itching and even pain. In Uterine prolapse the uterus drops from its normal position due to weakness of the pelvic muscles, which supports it. As a result, the uterus slips down into or protrudes out of the vagina. Uterine prolapse can occur in women of any age. But it often affects postmenopausal women who’ve had one or more vaginal deliveries. Mild uterine prolapse usually doesn’t require treatment. But if uterine prolapse becomes uncomfortable or disrupts normal life, treatment is advisable. Inflammatory changes like vaginitis (swelling of the vagina), cervicitis (Swelling of the mouth of the uterus) etc. are also commonly encountered leading to painful conditions.
Directions For Use
Step 1 – Wash and clean your hands
Step 2 – Remove VIMOSA SGC from the blister pack
Step 3 – If Required wet and moist VOMISA SGC with water (immerse in a glass of water for few seconds)
Step 4 – Lie down on your back with the legs folded
Step 5 – With the help of your fingers insert VIMOSA capsules in the Vagina and lie down for 5-10 minutes (Preferred to be used at night while going to bed)
For Best results use once daily and regularly for a minimum period of 4-6 weeks. Seek advice of your doctor for prolonged use.
Each Soft Gel Capsule (1000 mg) prepared from:
Lajalu (Mimosa pudica ) – 100 mg
Bala (Sida cordifolia ) – 50 mg
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera ) – 50 mg
Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) – 50 mg
Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra) – 25 mg
Cow milk (Go Dugdha) – 250 mg
Sesame oil (Sesamum indicum) – 500 mg
Coconut oil (Cocos nucifera ) – 200 mg
Blister Pack of 7 Vimosa Soft Gelatin Capsules in a Monocarton
Indications (Useful in)
Vimosa Capsules are useful in the management of Dryness of Vagina, Vaginal and Uterine prolapse and inflammatary conditions of the Vagina and Uterus
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