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Worst Vaginitis Symptom
I recently was told i had a bacterial vaginitis i used vaginal cream and had antibiotics but the symptoms got worst does that mean it was not cured?
Vaginitis: If a doctor diagnosed this he should have treated you. If he did not call and get treatment. If this was based on Healthtap answer you need to see your doctor. ...Read more
I have bacterial vaginitis, is pain a symptom I have read on internet it's not but I have sore burning vulvar?
See below: These symptoms could be serious and need to be thoroughly evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
The doctor said I have vaginitis. I'm on my third day of antibiotics and have a throbbing pain in vagina. Is it a symptom? Is the medicine not working
Finish therapy...: Unless you are feeling exactly the same or worse finish the whole course of antibiotics prescribed. If symptoms are not better or worse go back and get checked again to confirm what type of infection you are suffering of. ...Read more
I have bacterial vaginitis and running a fever, is fever a symptom? I began Cleocin (clindamycin phosphate)
If chlamydia and gonohrrea negative, what is it?symptomes:pruritus, vaginitis,dysuria,dyspareunia.excessive discharge.green smelly chunky.can't affor
BV? Trich? Yeast?: With the symptoms described, the main possibilities are trichomonas, bacterial vaginosis, or yeast infection. Herpes is possible but less likely unless open sores. A vaginal foreign body (e.g. a forgotten tampon) could do it. With this mix of symptoms, maybe more than one problem. If you can't afford private health care, check out a community clinic or the health department. Good luck! ...Read more
Discharge/irritation: A vaginitis (vaginal inflammation) can, most commonly, be caused by bacteria, yeast or an organism called trichomonas. The most common symptoms are itching, burning and/or irritation, with or without a discharge and/or an odor that is unpleasent or abnormal for the patient.. Post menopausal patients may develop an atrophic vaginitis from a lack of estrogen.. ...Read more
Vaginal infections: There are many causes of vaginitis, not all of which are really infections. Some cause itching, heavy discharge, foul odor. Sometimes there are no symptoms at all. Vaginal itching is usually associated with yeast, accompanied by thick white discharge. Trichamonas causes itching and odor. Discharge and odor with no real itching is usually bacterial vaginosis, not treated, but managed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes AND no: Often times vaginitis can be cleared quickly. However, the time limiting factor is determining what is causing the inflammation. Once you know what the problem is, then you can get it fixed quickly. If the problem is more obscure, then it usually takes longer to figure it out and therefore, longer to get it cleared. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Vaginitis. : Yes generally antibiotics.Get a more detailed answer ›
Trichomoniasis: S an std caused by the trichomonas vaginalis parasite. Approximately 70% of people w trichomoniaisis infection are asymptomatic. Men can experience penile discharge, burning after urination, discomfort after ejaculation ; itching/ sensitivity of urethra. A trichomoniasis vaginalis parasitic infection can lead to frothing, greenish-yellow, malodorous vaginal discharge. Women may have pain w. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have to pee every 5 minutes i'm in the middle of menopause and nobody can figure out what it is its not vaginitis I have no symptoms of that help?
You most likely: Estrogen deficiency of the vagina and the lower 1/3 of the bladder and urethra are also estrogen dependent, assuming u do not have a bladder or urethra infection, so please see your gyn for an exam and for vaginal estrogen therapy, you may also have urge incontinence or irritable bladder and u may have interstital cystitis so your gyn can refer u to a urogynecologist or a urologist. ...Read more
Is it possible to cure BV and yeast with probiotic capsules alone. I've been treated twice for vaginitis and still have symptoms.
Anything possible: But exceedingly unlikely. If you are getting recurrence of BV you may want to have your partner apply antibiotic ointment or cream to the surface of his penis. He may be recolonizing you. There are no proven "natural" ways to address this. Probiotics are certainly not bad, will change the character of your stools, and may even inhibit recurrence but are not curative. ...Read more