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What is Vaginal pH ?
Knowing and understanding your vaginal pH is critical for optimum vaginal health and preventing vaginal odor and other vulvovaginal health problems. Checking your vaginal pH is quick and easy with vaginal pH test kits that measure the pH of your vagina and whether it is in the proper range which means if your vagina too acid or alkaline.
Did you know your vaginal odor problem could be
related to your vagina not having the correct pH level?
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Why should I know my vagina's pH or have it measured?
test will help your doctor determine if your vaginal symptoms
(i.e., itching, burning, unpleasant odor, or unusual discharge) are likely
caused by an infection that needs medical treatment. The test is not intended
for HIV, chlamydia, herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis, or group B streptococcus.
How accurate is the Vaginal pH test?
test kits which measure your
are an indication of whether you may have a condition
which should be seen by your doctor. However,
just because you find changes in your
vaginal pH, doesn't always mean that you
have a vaginal infection. pH changes also do not help or differentiate one
type of infection from another. Your doctor diagnoses a vaginal infection by
using a combination of: pH, microscopic examination of the vaginal discharge,
amine odor, culture, wet preparation, and Gram stain.
Does a positive Vaginal pH test mean you have a vaginal infection?
a positive test (elevated pH) could occur for other reasons. If you detect
elevated pH, you should see your doctor for further testing and treatment.
There are no over-the-counter medications for treatment of an elevated
If test results are negative, can you be sure that you do not have a vaginal infection? No, you may have an infection that does not show up in these tests. If you have no symptoms, your negative test could suggest the possibility of chemical, allergic, or other noninfectious irritation of the vagina. Or, a negative test could indicate the possibility of a yeast infection. You should see your doctor if you find changes in your vaginal pH or if you continue to have symptoms.
How is the Vaginal pH test conducted?
doctor (or you, if done at home) places the pH paper inside your vagina and
against one of the "walls" of the vagina for a few seconds.
He/she then compares the color of the pH paper to the color on the chart
(provided with the test kit). The number on the chart for the color that best
matches the color on the pH paper is the vaginal pH
Is the Vaginal pH home test similar to my doctor’s test?
Yes. The home vaginal pH test kits are practically identical to the ones sold to doctors. But your doctor can provide a more thorough assessment of your vaginal status through your history, physical exam, and other laboratory tests than you can using a single pH test in your home.
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