Recurrent Vaginitis

Recurrent Vaginitis

What is Recurrent Vaginitis?

Vaginitis is inflammation in the vulva and vagina. It is often characterized by vaginal discharge, itching, burning, and pain. It is often caused by a change in the normal balance (pH) of vaginal bacteria. Menopause has also been known to cause vaginal inflammation due to lowered estrogen-levels produced from the ovaries. There are 4 many types of vaginitis: Bacterial Vaginosis (BV), Yeast Infections, Trichomoniasis (Trich), Vaginal Atrophy (Atrophic Vaginitis). Many women experience a form of vaginitis in their lifetime however recurrent vaginitis is characterized by recurring or persistent vaginal inflammation that causes frequent discomfort.


How do I treat Recurrent Vaginitis?

In order to treat recurrent vaginitis, it is first necessary to determine the root cause of your vaginal inflammation and we will address this from an integrative, functional approach. Your healthcare provider at The SHOW Center will work with you to create a personal pathway to care that is tailored to your specific needs.

*This information does not replace a provider consultation. You should schedule an appointment with your provider if you experience any of these symptoms.