Vaginitis medications and treatments
Bacterial vaginosis is an unpleasant vaginal infection that may be asymptomatic. It appears as a result of disorders of the genital microflora, especially when the body is weakened. It is a serious condition that needs to be treated. If you notice disturbing symptoms, contact your doctor. After confirming that it is vaginitis, you will receive proper care instructions and a prescription for vaginitis medication.
- Gray - greenish or white discharge with an unpleasant odor
- Itching around the vulva
- Burning when urinating
- Pain that worsens during intercourse
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How does the vaginitis e-prescription work?
- Fill out the form
- The doctor will make a decision based on your answers
- If there are no contraindications, you will receive an e-prescription in 10 minutes via SMS
Bacterial vaginal infection - questions and answers
Bacterial vaginal infection - how to recognize it?
When there is burning, discharge with a bad smell, persistent itching, as well as pain that increases during intercourse, it can be said with a high degree of probability that we have vulvitis or vaginitis.
Vaginitis medications - which are the best?
For bacterial vaginosis, your doctor will usually prescribe: vaginal metronidazole, vaginitis tablets or topical ointments and creams.
Which antibiotic for intimate infections is the best?
An antibiotic for intimate infections is:
Vaginitis and labia home remedies - do they exist?
Intimate infection home remedies include: sitz baths for intimate infections using potassium permanganate solution, boric acid solution or chamomile infusion. When a vaginal infection occurs, home remedies will work, but as a supplement to the therapy recommended by the doctor.
One-time and continuous vaginal infections - what are the causes?
Bacterial vaginal infection is often the result of sexual intercourse. Inadequate hygiene, diet and too tight clothing also have a major impact on frequent intimate infections.
Is vaginitis contagious?
Regardless of the cause, vaginal infections are contagious and spread very easily through direct contact.
How long does a genital tract infection last?
Vaginitis should be treated. With the right treatment, a vaginal infection lasts up to 14 days and includes vaginal antibiotics and an oral vaginitis medication.
What are the effects of untreated vaginitis?
Vaginitis medications stop the infection from spreading. Left untreated, the inflammation can spread to other organs, which can lead to serious problems, including infertility.