Bacterial Vaginosis - Symptoms
About half of women with bacterial vaginosis have no telltale symptoms.
Bacterial Vaginosis - What Increases Your Risk
Factors that increase your risk of developing bacterial vaginosis.
Bacterial Vaginosis - Cause
Bacterial vaginosis is caused by an imbalance of the organisms (flora) that naturally exist in the vagina.
Sexual Conditions Guide - Topic Overview
What is vaginitis? Vaginitis is infection or inflammation of the vagina. It can cause itching and burning,a change in vaginal discharge,and sometimes pain during sex. What causes vaginitis? Vaginitis may be caused by bacteria,yeast,or other germs. Bath products,douches,and spermicides also can irritate the vagina and cause itching and discomfort. The three most common types of ...
Bacterial Vaginosis - Topic Overview
Bacterial vaginosis causes specific symptoms that can be different from two other common types of vaginal infections, vaginal yeast infection and trichomoniasis.
Bacterial Vaginosis - What Happens
What happens when you have bacterial vaginosis?
Bacterial Vaginosis - Exams and Tests
Your health care provider can make the diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis.
Bacterial Vaginosis - When To Call a Doctor
Bacterial vaginosis can be difficult to distinguish from other types of vaginal infection.
Bacterial Vaginosis - Prevention
Multiple sex partners increase your risk of developing bacterial vaginosis by changing the normal environment of the vagina.
Bacterial Vaginosis - Home Treatment
Your health care provider can recommend treatment for bacterial vaginosis.