Same SOLOSEC single-dose regimen is indicated for women with BV and adults with trichomoniasis1
Here's how to take SOLOSEC1:
Open the packet and sprinkle the entire contents of the packet onto applesauce, yogurt or pudding
Stir and mix
Consume all of the mixture within 30 minutes
Patients can drink a glass of water after taking SOLOSEC to help with swallowing, if needed. Do not try to dissolve the medication in water or any other liquid.
SOLOSEC is the only antibiotic therapy that delivers a complete course of treatment for BV and trichomoniasis in just one oral dose1
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* Combination oral contraceptive ethinyl estradiol plus norethindrone
The comparative efficacy of SOLOSEC with the listed treatments has not been adequately studied. This is not a complete list of attributes for each product that may be important to a clinical decision. For the most updated information, consult the PI for each product.
With SOLOSEC, patients may benefit from a single oral dose treatment regimen1
SOLOSEC has no pregnancy restrictions1
  • Available data on pregnancy are limited to animal studies.
  • Metronidazole and tinidazole are contraindicated in the first trimester of pregnancy2,3
SOLOSEC was tested not to interfere with a common combination oral contraceptive1
  • Did not interfere with combination ethinyl estradiol and norethindrone
SOLOSEC does not interfere with condoms or diaphragms1
SOLOSEC can be taken any time of day1
Alcohol consumption can resume two days after one-day treatment with SOLOSEC1

The same single-dose regimen of SOLOSEC can be used in women co-infected with BV and trichomoniasis1
SOLOSEC is the only single dose oral antibiotic that provides a complete course of therapy to treat both trichomoniasis and BV.1
SOLOSEC is FDA-approved to treat partners of trichomoniasis patients1
With SOLOSEC, sex partner(s) of patients with trichomoniasis can complete treatment with the same single dose each, at the same time.1
1. SOLOSEC [prescribing information]. Baltimore, MD: Lupin Pharmaceuticals, Inc; 2022. 2. Flagyl [prescribing information]. New York, NY: Pfizer; 2021. 3. Tinidazole Tablets [prescribing information]. Buffalo Grove, IL: G.D. PACK Pharmaceuticals, LLC; 2018. 4. Clindesse [prescribing information]. Allegan, MI: Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, LLC; 2014. 5. Metrogel [prescribing information]. Sellersville, PA. Teva Pharmaceuticals, USA; 2005. 6. Nuvessa [prescribing information. Irvine, CA: Allergan Pharmaceuticals International, Ltd.; 2018.