pH-D Boric Acid Vaginal Suppositories
Proudly made in the U.S.A.
Holistic solution for vaginal odor
- Doctor recommended for vaginal odor
600 mg boric acid, gelatin suppository with titanium dioxide
pH-D Boric Acid Suppositories – Product Overview
What is a suppository?
It is a small capsule that is inserted into the vagina.
What is the recommended amount of boric acid?
600 mg is the recommended amount of boric acid which is included in each suppository.
What do the suppositories look like?
The suppositories look like a pill capsule. The suppository dissolves inside your vagina. The small size of our capsules (less than one inch) helps to minimize watery leakage.
How is pH-D different from other boric acid suppositories?
· We were the first to make boric acid vaginal suppositories.
· Made in a facility that we own and operate to ensure the highest quality standards.
· Small gelatin capsule measuring less than one inch.
· Female founder and CEO.
How does boric acid work?
Boric acid is a compound found in seawater and can be used for vaginal odor. Each pH-D suppository contains 600 mg of boric acid which is the amount recommended by doctors.
Where are pH-D Boric Acid Suppositories made?
All pH-D Feminine Health products are proudly made in the U.S.A. Our products are manufactured in-house at our own registered facilities, located in Nebraska and Tennessee, ensuring the highest quality standards.
Where can I purchase boric acid vaginal suppositories?
pH-D Feminine Health provides the highest quality boric acid suppositories through retailers such as CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, Kroger, Target, HEB, Meijer, and Amazon.
I bought the applicators and read they are reusable, how do I clean them?
To clean the applicators, you can put them in the dishwasher, wash with soap and warm water or boil in water for a few minutes. Our applicators do pull into two pieces if you pull hard! They will pop back together, too.
pH-D Boric Acid Suppositories – Usage Information
When and how often should I insert the pH-D suppository?
We recommend using one suppository at night. For extreme odor you can use one suppository every 12 hours. We recommend wearing a panty liner, especially when using during the day as there may be watery leakage.
How long should you use pH-D?
Use the suppositories until you are odor free. If you are prone to vaginal odor, we recommend using 2-4 suppositories per week. It is safe to use pH-D suppositories on a regular basis.
How do I insert the suppository into my vagina?
You insert the suppository like you would a tampon. You can use your fingers and push it up until you can’t feel it anymore.
What are the possible issues with boric acid suppositories?
Some women may experience mild burning or irritation. This may occur if the suppository was not inserted far enough into the vagina or if you have any irritated or open skin within the vagina. Women may also experience watery leakage, so we recommend using a panty liner at night.
I used a suppository and have experienced some spotting, should I be concerned?
A small percentage of women experience spotting when using boric acid suppositories. It is safe to continue use if you are comfortable doing so. However, if it worsens or you begin to experience burning or irritation, we recommend you discontinue use.
I used a suppository and have experienced some bleeding, should I be concerned?
A small percentage of women experience bleeding when using boric acid suppositories. It is safe to continue use if it is slight and you are comfortable doing so. However, discontinue use if it worsens and becomes more pronounced. Also, discontinue use if you experience burning or irritation.
Can I have sex while taking pH-D suppositories? Oral sex?
Yes, you can have sex (including oral sex) after using pH-D. However, it is important to make sure the suppository has completely dissolved before doing so to avoid mild skin irritation. It can take anywhere from 4-12 hours to dissolve, but each woman is individual, and times may be longer or shorter.
Will it affect my birth control pill?
Our product will not affect your birth control pill.
Can I use boric acid suppositories with my Nuvaring®?
We are not aware of the potential impact boric acid may have on your Nuvaring and its effectiveness. Please consult your healthcare provider or the manufacturer of Nuvaring.
Is it safe to use boric acid suppositories if I currently have an IUD for birth control?
Yes, it is safe to use with an IUD.
Can boric acid impact or break down condoms?
It may in fact break down a condom, so we recommend making sure it has completely dissolved before having sex. This can be anywhere from 4-12 hours to dissolve, but each woman is individual, and times may be longer or shorter.
Will boric acid treat or prevent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)?
Can you use boric acid suppositories while pregnant?
Do not use if you are pregnant, trying to conceive, or nursing.
Is it safe to nurse my child and use this product?
Do not use if you are pregnant, trying to conceive, or nursing.
Is it safe to have intercourse after I have inserted the suppository?
We recommend refraining from intercourse until after the suppository has completely dissolved. This takes between 4-12 hours.
Can I use boric acid during my period?
It is safe to use boric acid while on your period, but if you are not comfortable, you can wait until your period ends to use boric acid again.
Boric acid suppositories are a holistic solution for vaginal odor.
DIRECTIONS: Insert one (1) pH-D Boric Acid Suppository into vagina as needed, preferably before bedtime. If needed, use one (1) pH-D boric acid suppository every 12 hours.
Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing. Store in a cool, dry place.
WARNING: NOT FOR ORAL CONSUMPTION. FOR VAGINAL USE ONLY. DO NOT USE IF PREGNANT, TRYING TO CONCEIVE, OR NURSING. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center immediately. Do not use on broken or irritated skin. Stop use and contact a doctor if you experience irritation or burning. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
The information on this site is not intended to replace a healthcare professional’s diagnosis and should not be construed as individual medical advice.
How it works
Boric acid, a compound found in seawater, can be used for vaginal odor.
EACH SUPPOSITORY CONTAINS 600 MG OF BORIC ACID.