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With our same day vaginitis treatment service you can meet with an online doctor and have your condition diagnosed and treated within minutes. Instead of going to your doctor in person you can conveniently meet with a top PlushCare doctor online and get diagnosed and prescribed any necessary vaginitis medication.

Vaginitis is inflammation of the vagina, it is often caused by infection or irritants. Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a common cause of vaginitis. BV is caused when there is an overgrowth of bad bacteria in the vagina. This upsets of the natural pH balance in your vagina and can cause an infection.

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FAQ

What are the symptoms of vaginitis?

Symptoms of vaginitis can vary depending on the type and causes, but may include: Vaginal itching or irritation, change in color, odor, or amount of discharge from your vagina, pain when urinating, pain during sex, bleeding or spotting between periods

How do you treat vaginitis?

The type of vaginitis treatment you need depends on what type of vaginitis you have. Some examples of vaginitis treatments include: Oral or topical antibiotics, over-the-counter products such as miconazole, clotrimazole, butoconazole, or tioconazole, prescription anti fungal medication like Diflucan.

Is vaginitis an STD?

Vaginitis is not an STD, but may be caused by one. Vaginitis refers to swelling of the vagina. It can be caused by an STD or another condition, such as a yeast infection. Some STDs that may cause vaginitis are chlamydia and gonorrhea. Having vaginitis also makes you more prone to STDs

Can vaginitis go away on its own?

While vaginitis may clear up on its own if you’re experiencing symptoms it’s important you see a doctor for testing and treatment. In some cases, vaginitis is caused by an STD and it can be dangerous to forgo treatment. You can easily meet with an online doctor to have your vaginitis diagnosed and treated without any hassle.

How do you get vaginitis?

Vaginitis, or swelling of the vagina can be caused by many things. Some of the most common causes are bacterial vaginosis (BV) which refers to an overgrowth of bad bacteria in the vagina, yeast infection, and certain STDs such as gonorrhea and chlamydia. How you get vaginitis informs your treatment plan, so a prompt diagnosis is pertinent. A PlushCare doctor will be able to diagnose and treat you vaginitis online.

What does BV smell like?

While some women may not experience a smell, others have reported a fishy-like smell and foul oder from the vagina. For many women, the smell is accompanied by itching, abnormal gray discharge and burning. Because BV is caused by bacteria it is typically treated with antibiotics. You can get antibiotics prescribed online for BV through PlushCare.

Is vaginitis contagious?

Vaginitis is not contagious, that said what’s causing it may be contagious. Vaginitis refers to swelling of the vagina and it’s caused by many things. Women who are not sexually active can have vaginitis, so it’s not an STD. That said, certain STDs like gonorrhea and chlamydia can cause vaginitis. These STDs are highly contagious. If you’re experiencing symptoms of vaginitis refrain from sexual contact until you receive treatment and get the go ahead from your doctor.

How can I get rid of BV at home?

There are some home remedies that may restore the pH balance of the vagina and treat BV. Apple cider vinegar: Mix 2 table spoons of apple cider vinegar with a cup of water and wash the vulva twice daily. Garlic: A natural antibacterial, garlic can be eaten or a garlic supplement can be taken to treat BV at home. Boric acid, and tea tree oil each have limited evidence, but may help treat BV. If you’re pregnant, are experiencing severe or worsening symptoms or it’s your first infection, you should see a doctor right away.

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