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menopause and pre-menopause
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jackie - September 28

i agee with zen! the first step in getting correct treatment is to get a correct diagnosis. pay close attention to exactly which symptoms you have and when they occur. color, consistency, amount, and smell of any abnormal discharge should be watched out for.

 

olivia - September 29

is there any anti-biotic that i can take for vaginitis? how about over the counter creams?

 

andrea - September 29

sometimes no matter what we do, we will still get a vaginal infection. but you can reduce your risk somewhat.

 

missy - September 29

it depends upon the type of vaginal infection. i get mine trichomoniasis infection which has yellow-green discharge. my doctor prescribed me with anti biotic flagyl 500mg.

 

aubrey - October 16

vaginitis is the most common among all vaginal infections. it can be treated at home.

 

suzette - October 22

soak tampon in yogurt and insert it into the vagina. you can also apply garlic directly on the vagina. garlic is an effective treatment for vaginitis because it has antibacterial and antifungal properties.

 

lyka - October 30

self medication is okay but you still need to seek professional help for this.an infection like this if left untreated can lead to complications.

 

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