Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections
Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections
Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections
Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections
Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections
Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections
Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections
Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections

Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections

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Find out if you’re experiencing a yeast infection or a more serious vaginal infection like BV with at-home pH tests. Get instant results in 2 minutes.

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Get the answers you need from home. Know whether your symptoms are from a yeast infection or another vaginal infection like bacterial vaginosis, which requires antibiotic treatment.

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Vaginal pH Tests for Yeast Infections how it works

How it works

Our vaginal pH Test measures how acidic or alkaline your vagina is on the pH scale. A healthy vaginal pH range is between 3.8 to 4 and is moderately acidic so that it can actively fight bacteria. When your vaginal pH is above 4, it is less acidic, making it easy for bacteria and yeast to thrive.

If you are experiencing itching, burning, and discomfort while your vagina has a pH of 4.5-5.0, you may be experiencing a yeast infection. If your vaginal pH is 5.0 or above, you may have BV or another infection that requires treatment from a doctor.

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When should I use this test?

You should use this test if you’re experiencing unusual vaginal discharge, itching, or pain or burning during urination or sex.

What are the symptoms of a yeast infection?

A healthy vagina naturally has a balance of yeast and bacteria. A yeast infection, also referred to as "monilia" or "candidiasis," occurs when that balance is disrupted and there is an overgrowth of yeast (candida). Yeast infection symptoms can include redness, itching and irritation in the vagina and vulva, pain or a burning sensation during sex and urination, and a thick discharge with a consistency similar to cottage cheese.

How can I protect against vaginal yeast infections?

Yeast love to grow in warm, moist areas. To protect against future vaginal yeast infections, we recommend wearing cotton underwear and loose-fitting clothes, changing out of damp clothes or a wet bathing suit as soon as possible. You can also support your vaginal health and encourage a healthy vaginal pH with a daily probiotic supplement. Also, talk to your primary care provider about any medication you’re taking that may be contributing to recurrent vaginal yeast infections.


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Dr. Palmerola is a board-certified OBGYN with fellowship training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.

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Dr. Ross is an OBGYN with fellowship training in family planning.

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