Vaginal Tablets

Vaginal tablets refer to tablets used in the vagina, they are divided into ordinary vaginal tablets, vaginal effervescent tablets, vaginal sustained-release tablets, double-layer vaginal tablets, and bioadhesive vaginal tablets. The shape of the vaginal tablets is usually ovoid or pear-shaped, which is convenient to keep in the vagina. The vaginal tablets can be sent into the vagina with the aid of an appliance, and they should easily dissolve, dissolve or melt, disintegrate and release drugs in the vagina, mainly for local anti-inflammatory and sterilizing effects, and sex hormone drugs can also be given. Drugs with local irritation cannot be made into vaginal tablets. In clinical treatment, vaginal tablets are absorbed into the local or systemic blood circulation through the vaginal mucosa and are often used in clinical diseases such as vaginitis.

Vaginal Tablets Fig.1 Administering medication vaginally using an applicator. (Wikipedia)

Vaginal Tablets Fig.2 Administering medication vaginally without an applicator. (Wikipedia)

The team of CD Formulation is leading experts in all aspects of pharmaceutical formulation development and dosage form optimization, we can accord the characteristics of the API and the development goals of the customers to design the formulation of vaginal tablets. CD Formulation can provide you with one-stop services to meet your needs of vaginal tablets.

Technologies Used for Vaginal Tablets

  • Direct compression
  • Wet granulation

Production Process of Vaginal Tablets

Tablet for vaginal delivery is manufactured either by wet granulation or direct compression.

Vaginal Tablets

How to Contact Us?

If you have a requirement about vaginal tablets services, please contact us by phone or email, our colleagues will reply to you within three working days.


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