What is vaginitis?
A woman with vaginitis has inflammation of the vagina, usually due to an infection. A yeast infection is the most common cause of vaginitis. Most women develop vaginitis at some time during their lives.
What are the symptoms of vaginitis?
Symptoms of vaginitis may include a vaginal discharge, vaginal itching, vaginal redness, a vaginal odor, and a groin rash.
How does the doctor treat vaginitis?
The treatment of vaginitis depends on the cause. Treatment for vaginitis may include antibiotics, antifungal medication, antiviral medication, or estrogen cream.
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