Canestest Self-Test for Vaginal Infections
Friday, 23 February 2024
Canestest is an easy-to-use, self-testing device that quickly detects vaginal infections in the comfort of your own home. It provides you with accurate results in minutes, giving you peace of mind and allowing you to take control of your health. Canestest is the perfect solution for women who want to know their health status without having to visit the doctor. With its easy-to-use design and accurate results, Canestest is the perfect way to stay informed about your health.
How to use
- Before you begin, make sure to wash your hands thoroughly.
- Remove the Canestest self-test from its packaging.
- Carefully unscrew the cap from the handle end of the swab, taking care not to touch the tip with your hands or any other objects.
- While sitting or standing in a comfortable position, gently insert the yellow-tip end of the swab into the vagina, similar to using a tampon.
- Swirl the swab around in the vagina for 10-30 seconds, ensuring that it comes into contact with the walls of the vagina so it can absorb the discharge.
- Carefully remove the swab from the vagina. Immediately insert the swab into the tube, and then screw the cap onto the tube.
- After 10 seconds, compare the color of the control swab (the color chart on the test kit package) to determine your result. If it turns blue or green, this indicates a bacterial or trichomonas infection. If it stays yellow, this indicates an infection like thrush.
- Dispose of the test securely. If diagnostic results were positive, consult your doctor for treatment options.
- Remember, this test is not a substitute for a professional medical diagnosis. Always consult with a healthcare professional if you're unsure about your symptoms or if they persist.
- The Canestest Self-Test for Vaginal Infections is a medical device, not a drug or food, so it doesn't contain typical "ingredients." However, it includes a pH swab test, a test swab handle and a pH color chart to compare results.
Side Effects & Cautions
- Canestest Self-Test for Vaginal Infections is generally safe to use. However, some potential precautions include:
- Do not use during menstruation or if you are pregnant or trying to conceive, as it may produce inaccurate results.
- Use it with caution if you are hypersensitive to any of its components. There may be potential for allergic reactions.
- Avoid contact with eyes and mouth.
- Do not swallow or ingest the test.
- Do not use this test as substitute for medical advice. If symptoms persist, consult a healthcare professional.
- It is for single use only, so do not reuse the swab or test more than once.
- Remember side effects vary from person to person so it is always good to consult with a healthcare professional or pharmacist.
- Use only as directed.
- Don't use if pregnant or menstruating.
- Not suitable for girls under 16 or menopausal women.
- Don't use if you are hypersensitive to any of the ingredients.
- This test does not substitute a medical examination.
- If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a healthcare professional.
- Avoid sexual intercourse if you or your partner has a vaginal infection to prevent spreading.
- Keep out of reach from children.
- Not for oral, anal, or use in the eyes.
- Discard after a single use.
- Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.