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Misleading but common ideas around vaginal health may lead to harmful decisions.

Reviewed by Lori McNeal, M.D. , | Gynecology, | Gynecology

UTIs
Yeast Infections
Other Conditions

UTIs

The Facts About UTIs

Drinking cranberry juice is more myth than cure-all, but you can take steps to stave off UTIs.

You may experience painful or frequent urination—but is it a full-blown infection?

The two conditions seem unrelated, but evidence suggests they might be intertwined.

UTIs are always a nuisance, but if they're happening with regularity, it's time to see a doctor.

Yeast Infections

The Facts About Yeast Infections

Yeast infections are itchy and uncomfortable—but common. Here's what to do.

If you're dealing with genital itching that just won't quit, don't put off seeing a doctor.

FDA-approved in June 2021, this new drug is great news for people prone to yeast infections.

Hormonal contraceptives are linked to candidiasis, but other factors can cause them, too.

Other Conditions

The Facts About Lesser-Known Vaginal Conditions

Understanding vaginal conditions can help with diagnosis, treatment and avoiding complications.

This rare chronic pain disorder affects the nerve pathways in the pelvis.

When you just can't shake yeast overgrowth, your mood may be next to go.

If you develop GVHD after a bone marrow transplant, vaginal issues are common.