Should women administer Lactogyn orally or insert it into their vagina? That was the common question asked from the very first day we launched Lactogyn. The answer was always categorical – Lactogyn is taken orally! However, as our probiotics portfolio developed and increased, we are now proud to be able to provide you with a series of other answers: Lactogyn capsules are administered orally, Lactogyn vaginal capsules are inserted into the vagina, Lactogyn intimate hygiene soap nourishes… And we, of course, do not intend to stop here.
When at the end of 2006 we initiated the Lactogyn project, there were plenty of questions and initial suspicion present regarding this innovative product. Today, as all the dilemmas associated with it have been solved, and since its effects were proved not only in theory but through actual application and studies, we are proud to take yet another step forward. The new, safe product from the JGL probiotics range of products – Lactogyn® vaginal capsules which help faster regeneration, protect one’s health and maintain the natural balance of vaginal microflora.
Lactogyn® vaginal capsules contain the unique, scientifically tested strains of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1® and Lactobacillus reuteri RC-14®, and lactic acid. Aside from the standard treatment of vaginal infections, they are administered for a period of one week with the purpose of helping faster colonization and increase of the vaginal mucous’ acidity level.
For achieving the full effect, it is recommended to simultaneously take Lactogyn oral capsules, both simultaneously and three weeks after taking the vaginal capsules. The simultaneous administration of Lactogyn vaginal and Lactogyn oral capsules according to a well-developed scheme ensures a double effect – fast and long-term. Let us remind you that Lactogyn is available only in pharmacies, as a non-prescription drug.