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Questions to Ask

Has a recent sexual assault or major injury to the abdomen, pelvis, or vagina occurred? 

No.

 
Do you have vaginal pain that spreads upward to the pelvis and you are unable to walk due to the pain? 

No.

 
Does vaginal irritation and/or pain occur with all of the symptoms of akidney infection? 

No.

 
Do you have very heavy vaginal bleeding (you saturate more than 1 full size pad or super absorbent tampon in an hourís time) with any of the following problems?
  • Dizziness, feeling faint, or feeling lightheaded when you sit up
  • Pale and moist skin
  • Extreme shortness of breath or a very hard time breathing
  • Severe abdominal pain
 

No.

 
Do you have any of the following?
  • Signs and symptoms of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
  • Signs and symptoms ofbacterial vaginosis
  • Signs and symptoms of asexually transmitted disease
 

No.

 
Do any of the following apply?
  • You have had 3 or more vaginal infections within 3 months time.
  • After diagnosis and 72 hours of treatment for a vaginal infection, your symptoms continue.
  • Vaginal pain occurs during or after sexual intercourse.
 

No.

 
Do you have bleeding in the vaginal area from itching due to vaginal irritation? 

No.

 
Do you have vaginal bleeding with any of these problems?
  • Increased vaginal bleeding or you continue to have spotting or bleeding between your periods after 3 months of taking birth control pills. (Your dose may need to be adjusted.)
  • Bleeding heavier than your normal period (you are saturating almost or equal to 1 full pad or tampon every hour)
  • Nausea, vomiting, or abdominal pain
  • Increasing pain and tenderness in your vaginal area
  • Menstrual periods that are abnormally heavy or long (>10 days)
  • Heavy menstrual periods and passing many small or large blood clots and you are pale and feel very tired
 

No.

 
With vaginal pain, do you use an IUD for birth control and do any of the following conditions apply?
  • The IUD was inserted during the last 4 to 6 weeks.
  • The strings from the IUD cannot be felt.
  • The IUD can be felt through the vagina. (An IUD can become embedded in the wall of the uterus. When this happens, surgery is needed to remove the IUD.)
 

No.

 
Has a vaginal discharge or irritation been present for longer than 1 week despite using Self-Care? 

 

 

Self-Care/Prevention

For Vaginitis from Contact Dermatitis:

bullet Avoid products that cause the problem (scented items, douches, feminine hygiene sprays, etc.). Donít scrub the affected area with a washcloth.
bullet Donít wear tight and constricting garments (girdles, tight blue jeans, etc.).
bullet Use medicated wipes, such as Tucks, instead of dry toilet paper. Follow package directions.
bullet Add an oatmeal bath product (Aveeno) or baking soda to bath water.
bullet Apply an over-the-counter Hydrogen peroxide  to the affected area. Use this frequently, though. Hydrogen peroxide can lead to a thinning of the vaginal hair and they may never grow again.
bullet Put a cool compress on the affected area.
bullet Take a sitz bath every 4 to 6 hours or as needed. A sitz bath basin is a device that fits on the toilet seat and is used to cleanse the genital area. You can buy a sitz bath basin at a medical supply store and at some drug stores.
bullet Wash your underwear in a gentle detergent  add hydrogen peroxide. Rinse it twice. Use only plain water for the second rinse. Donít use fabric softener. Use Hydrogen peroxide can whiten the cloth.

For a Vaginal Yeast Infection:

bullet If you have a history of vaginal yeast infections and these current symptoms are the same and you used an over-the-counter remedy successfully in the past, use the same or similar product. Use Yogurt treatment of Vagina. (important link must read)
bullet Limit your intake of sugar and foods that contain sugar. Sugar promotes the growth of yeast.
bullet Eat yogurt and/or take an over-the-counter product that contains live cultures of lactobacillus acidophilus.
bullet Take showers, not baths. Avoid bubble baths.
bullet Keep the vagina as clean and dry as possible.
bullet Wear cotton or cotton-lined underwear.
bullet Donít wear tight and constricting garments (girdles, tight blue jeans, etc.).
bullet Wear knee-highs instead of panty hose, if possible. When you wear panty hose, wear ones with cotton crotches.