Updated: Oct 2, 2021
Cleanse your vagina using Kitty Wash
Use our mild foaming wash or Kitty Candy Bar soap to gently wash the outer parts of your vagina and the area around it. Don’t wash out the inside of your vagina. Make sure to wash your hands well. Rinse your vaginal area and hands to completely remove the soap. Pat your skin dry using a clean cotton cloth. Cleaning your vagina and hands can prevent the spread of bacteria into your vagina as you insert the suppository.
Prepare to use Kitty Candy The Extractor Suppositories
Unwrap one suppository and applicator from its packaging.
Hold the applicator between your thumb and forefinger and use your other hand to place the suppository at the other end of the applicator.
Get your body into position.
Stand with your legs and knees apart. Raise one foot up on a stool, the edge of the toilet, the bathtub or a chair. Or, you can lie on your back with your knees bent. Your feet should be about shoulder width apart.
Both of these positions will give you easier access to your vaginal opening which will make it easier to insert the suppository.
Open the lips of your vulva.
Use your non-dominant hand to separate the lips (labia) of your vulva. This will expose your vagina. Keep it exposed while you use your dominant hand to place the suppository at the vaginal opening.
Although it may seem difficult at first, try to relax. Remind yourself that it will take a little getting used to and you can continue to try until you successfully insert the suppository.
Push the suppository into your vagina.
Insert the suppository applicator or use your forefinger to insert the suppository into your vagina. Push it as far as is comfortable so that the suppository is in your vagina. If you're using an applicator, push the plunger so all of the suppository is delivered to your vagina.
You'll know the suppository is in your vagina when about half the applicator is in the vagina or your forefinger is in the vagina up to the knuckle.
Dispose of the applicator.
Remove the applicator and completely wash it with some gentle soap if you wish to keep or dispose of it. Wash and dry your hands. It may take up to an hour for the suppository to completely dissolve. At that point, you may notice leaking if you're up walking around.
You probably won't feel the suppository once you've inserted it and you won't need to remove it since it will dissolve in your vagina.
Insert suppositories at night.
Since the suppositories will leak discharge as they dissolve in your vagina, you may want to insert them at night before you go to bed. If you need to use them during the day, consider wearing a sanitary pad or liner to collect any leakage.
Avoid using a tampon to soak up the leakage. Using a tampon will absorb the medication, making it less effective. Tampons will also irritate your vaginal walls.
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