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Vaginal suppository. Computer illustration showing a device used to administer a vaginal suppository (pessary) - a pill designed for insertion into the vaginal canal. The pessary is placed in the end of the device, which is then inserted into the vagina. The plunger on the end is then pushed in to deposit the pessary inside the vagina. Pessaries are commonly used to treat conditions such as thrush (candidiasis).
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