Vaginitis-Cause-Treatment

Vaginitis Therapy

Physiologic vaginitis – Increase in discharge. No foul odour, itching, or edema. Clear or mucoid discharge; pH level <4.5.

Bacterial vaginosis – Foul-smelling discharge; complaints of “fishy odour”. Homogenous thin, white or gray discharge; pH level >4.

Atrophic vaginitis – Dyspareunia; vaginal dryness; perimenopausal or postmenopausal. Pale thin vaginal mucosa; pH >4.

Allergic vaginitis – New bubble bath, soap, douche or other hygiene products. Foul smell, erythema, pH <4.5.