Conditions, Women's Health Services

Vaginal Infections

Vaginal infections are a common occurrence in women’s lives, but they need not be a cause for undue distress. The common cause for vaginosis is change in vaginal pH and microbiome. This can happen due the use of wrong products, certain chronic diseases like Diabetes mellitus, or after antibiotic use.

At Zest Clinic, we understand the discomfort and anxiety that comes with these infections, and we’re here to help you navigate your way to recovery.

Common Vaginal Infections

There are several types of vaginal infections, the most prevalent being Bacterial Vaginosis (BV), Yeast Infections, and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) such as Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Trichomoniasis, and Human Papillomavirus (HPV).

Symptoms to Watch For

While symptoms may vary depending on the type of infection, common signs include unusual vaginal discharge, itching or burning in the vaginal area, discomfort during intercourse, and pelvic pain. If you notice any of these symptoms, it’s crucial to seek medical attention promptly.

What to Expect

During your first visit, our professional and empathetic team will guide you through a comprehensive health history questionnaire to understand your symptoms better. This will be followed by a physical examination, which may include a pelvic exam, to identify any physical signs of infection.

Assessment and Diagnostics

To accurately diagnose the cause of your symptoms, we may need to perform certain tests. These could include a vaginal swab test, urine test, or a Pap smear. Rest assured, these procedures are done with utmost care and discretion to minimize any discomfort.

Treatment Options

The treatment for vaginal infections depends on the type and severity of the infection. Our team at Zest Clinic is highly experienced in providing effective treatment plans tailored to your specific needs. Treatment options may include antibiotics for bacterial infections, antifungal medications for yeast infections, or antiviral drugs for certain STIs.

Preventive Measures and Follow-Up Care

In addition to treatment, we also focus on preventive measures to reduce the risk of future infections. This could include advice on hygiene practices, suitable products, safe sex measures, supplements and lifestyle modifications. Regular follow-up appointments are scheduled to monitor your progress and ensure optimal recovery.

Our team is committed to providing you with the highest level of care, from assessment to treatment and beyond. So when it comes to vaginal infections, remember, you’re not alone – we’re here to help.