? Cu? Is the difference between vaginitis and an infection? No yeast?

March 21st, 2011 by Emily

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4 Comments on “? Cu? Is the difference between vaginitis and an infection? No yeast?”

  1. ivillage4women says:

    Yeast infection is a form of vaginitis, or inflammation of the vagina. It is caused by an overgrowth of Candida, a microscopic fungus that normally inhabits the vagina. There are four types of Candida. However, a variety called Candida albicans (C. albicans) causes the vast majority of vaginal yeast infections.

    Read more on this topic at the women’s site below. It’s medically-reviewed and excellent : )

    http://obgyn.health.ivillage.com/vaginalcervicalhealth/yeastinfection.cfm

  2. specretj03 says:

    i would either call your doctor or check webmd

  3. Home RN says:

    Vaginitis is an infection of the vaginal wall/vagina. It usually is bacterial and can easily be treated with antibiotics. A yeast infection is more like a growth/fungus that is from a virus and needs a particular type of antibiotic (anti-fungal) to work on it. Even though it is in the vagina, it is not considered a vaginal infection because it is superficial.

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