A guide to our Vaginal Health Probiotic
Staying balanced isn’t always easy. From starting your period to taking antibiotics to various hormonal conditions, there are so many different factors that can impact your vaginal pH balance. With our Vaginal Health Probiotic, you can promote a healthy vaginal microbiome with a simple daily probiotic vitamin.
Understanding your vaginal pH levels
Vaginal pH is something you may not think about or pay much attention to until something feels off down there. Your vaginal pH plays an important role in signaling whether your vagina is healthy or if you’re experiencing an infection.
Your vaginal microbiome consists of a multitude of microorganisms, including yeast and various bacteria, that maintain a stable environment. Typically, your vaginal pH ranges between 3.8 and 4.5, which is considered to be moderately acidic. This acidic pH range helps to actively fight off “bad” bacteria and yeast by preventing them from multiplying and spreading.
When harmful bacteria or yeast begins to grow and disrupt your normal balance, this can lead to various infections, including yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis (BV). These vaginal infections can also be the result of pregnancy, immunodeficiency, diabetes, using antibiotics, or high estrogen levels.
If you start experiencing vaginal discomfort like itching, burning, or soreness, you can use a vaginal pH test to help determine whether you’re dealing with a potential yeast infection or a more serious vaginal infection like BV. Other symptoms include irritation in your vaginal and on your vulva, burning during sex or while peeing, and discharge that’s thick and white (similar to cottage cheese).yeast-infection-complete-combo When you’re ready to use a vaginal pH test, our at-home tests can provide answers in 2 minutes with straightforward, easy-to-use instructions.
Get to know our Vaginal Health Probiotic
Maintaining a healthy vaginal pH can be a breeze with our Vaginal Health Probiotic. Here’s what you need to know:
How does the probiotic work? How often should I take it?
Our probiotic is designed to help maintain a healthy and stable microbiome environment in your vagina. For the best results, take one pill every day with water.
Plus, remember that wearing cotton underwear that’s not too tight can also help improve breathability and proper airflow to your vulva. You may also want to avoid wearing tight-fitting pantyhose or wet bathing suits for extended amounts of time and the use of feminine douches and scented period products to ensure that your vaginal pH stays in the normal range.
What are the ingredients?
Formulated with both prebiotic and probiotic strains, our probiotic contains Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium lactis Bi-07, and Inulin. Our Vaginal Health Probiotic is also vegan and non-GMO. Plus, it’s free of gluten, soy, and dairy.
Important note: This probiotic vitamin is not an antifungal or antibiotic medication, and will not treat an existing vaginal infection.
What if I’m pregnant or breastfeeding?
Before you start this probiotic, we recommend chatting with your primary care physician to ensure that this product is right for you.
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