Once your gynecologist analyzes your symptoms and your clinical history, they will perform a physical examination that will include a vaginal exam, where they will take a discharge sample to be analyzed in the laboratory and will perform a pH test. When determining the diagnosis of vaginitis, the treatment will depend on the cause of infection:
- Bacteria: oral and vaginal antibiotics.
- Fungi and yeasts: oral and vaginal antifungals.
- Trichomoniasis: antiparasitics.
- Vaginal atrophy: oral and vaginal estrogen therapy.
- Irritation vaginitis: the symptom-generating agent is identified and avoided.
Comprehensive women’s health is our priority at the Women’s Center, so we offer services focused on women in all their chronological stages with the highest standards of care to improve their quality of life, through a wide range of prevention, diagnosis, timely treatment, and follow-up services.
It has three specialized units: