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How do i know if i have bacterial or fungal vaginal infection before seeing a dr.? symptoms? signs? and what meds to take for each (bacterial/fungal)

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Dr. Ralph Boling answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

differences, yeast is usually thicker (curdish) and very itchy. Bacteria, thinner discharge and strong odor.

Answered Feb 27, 2019

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