What If It's Not a Yeast Infection?
Did you know that more than half of all women who think they have a yeast infection actually have a different condition instead? Find out why it’s so important to visit your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Should you self-diagnose a yeast infection?
Vaginal itching, burning, and unusual or excessive discharge can be both uncomfortable and embarrassing. Find out why it's important to see your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment rather than trying to manage the problem yourself.more
Many women who think they have a yeast infection may actually have another condition: bacterial vaginosis (BV). Learn more about BV, the complications it may cause, and how it can be treated.more
Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted infection that causes some symptoms that are similar to a yeast infection. Find out more about trichomoniasis, the complications it may cause, and how it is treated.more
Chemicals, allergies, and vaginal irritation
Vaginal itching and irritation may be caused by an infection, but sometimes a different culprit is to blame: chemical irritation or allergies. Learn more about this problem and how it can be managed.more