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Best Vaginitis Treatment
What is the OTC treatment for vaginitis from C. glabrata?
Diagnosed in the states but now in Thailand where no one seems to know about glabrata vvc
See GYN: Over the counter medications may be a first start. They may be able to treat the initial infection. If it persists, you may have to see a physician to get a different dosed medication ...Read more
I have vaginitis. My STI exams are negative. How can I get the 2 pill treatment without dr's running 100's of $ in testing?
Talk to your DR: Tell your dr that you're trying to save some money and forego on the vaginal swabs & culture. You may convince him/her about just giving you empiric treatment for your condition. ...Read more
Is it possible to still feel a little irritation itchiness a couple days before the last treatment medication for bacterial vaginitis?
I had a gyno exam and was diagnosed with chronic vaginitis and given treatment for me and my partner. Does this mean it's an STD? Should I be worried?
Possibly STD: You should ask your doc who treated you. But the fact that you and your partner were both given treatment seems to point towards an STD. The three most common causes of Vaginitis are Bacterial Vaginosis, Canadidsis, and Trichomoniasis. All of them require antibiotics but when treating STD, you usually treat patient and partner. You should be worried this reoccurs. I advise protection (condom) ...Read more
If insert unflavored yogurt into my vagina as a natural alternative treatment for bacterial vaginitis, will that help? Because no other medicine has.
Vaginitis. : Yes generally antibiotics.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can trichomoniasis cause bacterial vaginitis or keep it reacurring? I'm wondering if I have it. My BV won't go away after 2 unsuccessful treatments.
Keep working on it: Even without trich or anything else, BV often keeps returning; it can be difficult to cure once and for all. Keep working with your doctor about additional treatment options. Trichomonas doesn't cause BV to recur, but it's reasonable to be tested to be sure. Probably that was done, but maybe only by microscopy of discharge. Ask your doctor about the newer and much more accurate trich DNA test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer