... Get some litmus paper so you can try different maintenance methods and see where the Ph goes. After sex you will see it go up because semen carries a Ph of 9 and that usually triggers yours to go up. ... (5 replies)
... For the past year or so, I have had near constant vaginal irritation. ... (5 replies)
... I have been having a lot of problem with my vaginal ph balance this past year or so. Basically, it is near constant burning...it hurts a lot. ... (1 replies)
... Well, BV has a Amonia smell, or a chemical-bleachy smell. BV also is very simalier symptoms as a Yeast infection (as for the itching)I would go see a differant OB/GYN as soon as you can,Did they test you for BV??? I had BV for the whole time I was pregnant with my last child.Its because your Vaginal PH is off balance (Typical during pregnancy) I would go back, and MAKE SURE... (2 replies)
... e to a fishy odor and on several occasions I was treated for BV. The past three times I have been to the GYN in regards to odor...there was nothing wrong, and my PH balance was normal. ... (3 replies)
... I just noticed I have the same thing, Im hoping its old blood. Ive been using "REPHESH" vaginal creme (to balance vaginal ph) and My hubby and I just had intercourse< and after I had the black discharge stuff. Like pieces...but a toothpaste texture. I had my period about a week and a 1/2 ago...So maybe its old blood???? (5 replies)
... ven the antibiotic suppositories to get rid of the infections but they would always come back. Finally, I found a doctor that treated the underlying problem. My vaginal ph balance was not right which was causing me to keep getting infections. He put me on boric acid suppositories. One per day for one month. ... (7 replies)
... water douche to balance the pH. I guess this imbalance has cause erosion on my cervix which in turn creates more discharge. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks. I hope everything restores itself to normal soon.
I can't really explain it, but I feel like the yeast infection is fighting to come back. Things just don't feel right down there. Is it possible to have a yeast infection without itching or discharge? (3 replies)
... d swelling, and once the infection itself is gone, it takes awhile for the inflammation to subside. The ducts from the Bartholin glands that secrete mucus to the vaginal opening can swell shut, causing dryness until the inflammation subsides. It will get better, but may take a week or two. ... (3 replies)
... I think no change at all means the strips can't measure it, so more likely acid then. If it had been alkaline, it would have gone darker and gone "up" the scale I think.
The Symbiovag suppositories I was given were supposed to do what those squirters you describe do - balance whatever is going on in there.
I may be allergic to one of the ingredients, I don't know, or it... (4 replies)
... In a nutshell, the vagina is sort of like a scale. A healthy vagina should be able to balance itself. ... (4 replies)
... th aquaphor cream to apply 3 times daily. Now this is my concern. She pescribed boric acid 600 gm capsules to use 2 or 3 times weekly to prevent yeast and help balance ph level. I can not use creams for yeast because they burn me and so I only take diflucan pills. ... (0 replies)
... e, and fill the capsules with the Boric Acid. Put one up your vag, start with doing it at night, at least 5 days in a row. It will help to naturally bring your Vaginal pH back to normal which is around 5 or so. ... (34 replies)
... dodulphis at Target or any store. Its only 3.99 and it WORKS!!!!!Take it every day..And Represh helps too..use that after sex and after your period and that will balance out your PH. Ive been through the same thing for a year now. ... (38 replies)
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... embarrassing that people can smell you through your cloths.ijust i could go buy something for a yeast infection and see what happen. i went to walgreen to get a ph balance kit in check my ph balance to see what it was it was 4.5 i don't know if that mean i have a yeast infection.please some advice. ... (1 replies)
... Jel which restores your normal pH balance. Maybe worth a shot too? ... (10 replies)
... You could probably benefit from increasing the amount of yogurt you eat or taking a probiotic supplement. Anytime you take antibiotics you need to eat yogurt to balance the Ph in the vagina. Do you use pantiliners? ... (2 replies)
... My girlfriend has been having some vaginal discharge on and off for a few months now. She has been to the gyn on several occasions and was treated for yeast and bacterial infection. ... (15 replies)