Treatment For Vaginitis?
Good afternoon Fiskha, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Vaginitis is inflammation of the vagina, whose condition is characterized by the appearance of vaginal discharge, changes in vaginal discharge, the appearance of odors, irritation, itching, pain during urination and sexual intercourse, and mild bleeding.
This condition can occur due to various things, such as fungal, bacterial infections, irritation due to chemicals such as soap content, deodorizers, allergies, habit of washing the inside of the vagina, to sexually transmitted infections. The risk is also increasing in those who are pregnant, using birth control pills, actively having sex, and taking drugs such as antibiotics and steroids.
Regarding your question, it's true that with a good lifestyle, vaginitis can be treated alone without seeing a doctor and can heal on its own. So with your present condition, it doesn't matter if you postpone your visit to the doctor with a note while maintaining a healthy lifestyle and continue to implement the advice that has been given to you for some time to come, and if symptoms reappear, or accompanied by fever, chills, pelvic pain and so on, you should immediately see a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.