• Used to indicate whether an abnormal vaginal discharge is caused by bacterial, parasitic infections or yeast infection.• The test determines whether there is a high or a low risk of bacterial or parasitic infections by indicating disordered acidity parameters.• Fast results with easy to read color indicator.• Convenient to use
How to use Female Self-Test Card:
1.Using cotton bud, gently collect a small amount of fluid from the vagina and apply it onto testing strip. after 30 seconds, compare the color of the strip with the color test chart. interpretations are also provided on the test chart. if shows any inflammation or infection or any disorder, please consult with your gynecologist.
2.Diabetic patient, doing hormone therapy, women on their period and pregant woman should not do this test.
4.Keep this tester well. keep away from sun light, store in dry place. Expiry date: 3 years from production.
Vaginal Ph Testing Strip
- Wash your hands before beginning the test
- Take one cotton stick out of the package
- Do not touch the strip with your fingers and make sure that it does not come in contact with liquids
- Gently insert the cotton stick 2-3 cm into the vagina, as you would use a tampon
- Gently rotate the cotton swab to ensure that swab comes in contact with the vaginal wall and/or vaginal content
- Smear the swab on the indicator strip then it will change colour according to the acidity
- Read the result immediately after extracting the pH-cotton stick. Compare the colour of the indicator with the colour scale
- Vaginal pH values up to 4.5 are within the normal/healthy range
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