In order to not get sued, the makers of Monistat 1 Day include a sentence in their rhetoric that states their product may not work in just one day. You can find this information on the insert that comes with the Monistat package. What is in a one day timeframe is the use of their product; it takes one day to use—we can surmise this is where the product’s name is derived from. Somewhat deceptive in nature advertising, it appears. Perhaps they don't say this on their box, but they should make this clear on the pamphlet that comes inside the box. From the original date of this writing, it appears the product insert for Monistat 1 Day may have changed. The According to the MONISTAT® 1 Combination Pack 1-Day OVULE® with DAY or NIGHT® formula's product insert, at the time this quote was taken: “this is a 1-dose treatment. Most women do not get complete relief of their symptoms in just 1 day. Most women get some improvement in 1 day and complete relief by 7 days.” (Current Product Insert)
When the product insert says that most women do not get complete relief in one day, it is saying that over 50% of all women who use this product will not be cured in just one day. The product insert goes on to say that they will see complete relief in seven days; yet, what does that mean? Do you have to leave the medication in the vagina for seven total days to cure your yeast infection? And, if you don't leave it in for seven days, will the remaining yeast regrow and infect you once again? It seems logical that most women will want to have sex or use tampons (many women get yeast infections right before their periods due to hormonal changes), and it will be hard to keep the medication in. It logically follows that you may need to buy more packages of Monistat 1-Day, to use for seven days, to finally eliminate your yeast infection.
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