Severe chemical cystitis from the transurethral intravesical insertion of a vaginal contraceptive suppository: a report of 3 cases and proposed method of management

The Journal of Urology
J S Mayersak, C J Viviano

Abstract

We report on 3 patients who sustained severe chemical cystitis from the inadvertent insertion of a nonoxynol-9 containing vaginal contraceptive suppository into the bladder. A suggested treatment schedule is presented and the toxicity of nonoxynol-9 is discussed.

References

Feb 1, 1991·Contraception·J T Yang, Z W Zhao
Jul 1, 1991·Sexually Transmitted Diseases·S NiruthisardS Chutivongse
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Citations

Jun 6, 2009·International Urogynecology Journal and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction·Sandra Tarragón GabarróOctavio Arango Toro

Related Concepts

Intravesical Injection
Cystitis
Emergencies [Disease/Finding]
Douching Procedure
Vaginal Spermicides
Rectal Suppository
Vaginal Creams, Foams, and Jellies
Emulgin 913

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