Malar medicine is a vaginal dilator that can help treat pelvic pain and other pelvic disorders, especially among young women.
It is a traditional treatment for female pelvic infections, which are caused by yeast, bacteria and viruses.
The most common cause of the condition is a bacterial infection called Clostridium difficile, which is passed from mother to child.
It can also be caused by sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV.
The doctor may prescribe a salve containing one or two types of salicylic acid (also called licorice), which is a natural preservative.
It may also contain a salicyclic acid (a compound that breaks down protein in the skin) and an antibiotic called ceftriaxone, also known as Cefotaxime.
This can also help prevent further spread of the infection.
The medicine may be taken once a day for a few hours before bed.
A doctor can also prescribe the medicine as an over-the-counter alternative to oral antibiotics.
Malar medicine works by changing the water in your vagina to a salt solution that can kill off the harmful bacteria.
This is done by pumping it up through your urethra into your vagina.
If the salve is injected into the vaginal canal, it will make the salves salt-resistant.
The salt-sensitive salve will help prevent bacteria from entering the vagina and spreading further.
The salve can also stop the flow of blood in the area, which may cause infections.
When it comes to sexual health, women are advised to get regular exams and regular screenings.
They are also advised to take their periods regularly.
Some patients find the procedure helps to prevent pregnancy.
Malaria is an infection caused by the mosquito-borne parasite, Plasmodium falciparum.
It is caused by Plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 (PAI-1), a class of antibiotics.
It has killed over 2 million people worldwide since 1900.
Malari-A is an oral antibiotic used to treat vaginal infections.
It can be taken in tablet or capsule form and is also used as a vaginal douche or to dilate the vaginal opening.
In cases of severe pelvic pain, it is often prescribed as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), also known under the brand name Celebrex.