Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 5th, 1998
The panel said women seem to be confused by current labeling, and that many are self-diagnosing, which could lead to other health problems.
The products, including miconazole, clotrimazole, and butoconazole, are supposed to be used only when women have had an infection previously diagnosed by a physician. But the FDA said a recent survey by Prevention magazine found that 45 percent of women were self-diagnosing with initial use of the...
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