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Can I use a miconazole cream for yeast infections while wearing the NuvaRing?

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I use the NuvaRing for birth control. I have a yeast infection. The miconazole cream says "this drug should not be used with other vaginal products", but don’t specify anything like the ring – only condoms and diaphrams.

I can’t use diflucan/fluconazole for this yeast infection, so please don’t suggest it.

I can’t take the NuvaRing out for long enough to use the cream, so please don’t suggest it.
Please note that this is an *internal* cream. I’m well aware that my vulva won’t explode if I apply it outside. I want to be able to take the applicator and apply the cream the way the instructions tell me to: inside my vagina.

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    Sunday, January 31, 2010 at 12:18 am | Permalink
  2. friendlysummer wrote:

    Yeah all you are doing is putting cream on it. You may not want to stick the applicator inside but putting the cream inside the inner folds of the labia should be enough to clear up any infection there.

    Sunday, January 31, 2010 at 12:18 am | Permalink

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