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Unfortunately, even if you are not yet sexually active, you can still develop a vaginal infection. What type of infection? We will review the most common types of vaginal infections and the recommendations made to you by your physician in your treatment and prevention plan.
Once symptomatic, one of two things may occur; your symptoms may resolve on their own or not. At times, your symptoms seem to resolve only to recur on a cyclical basis (often with each menstrual period). While it is true that over-the-counter products are available in your local pharmacy specifically for the treatment of vaginitis, if you are at risk for an STI... Consult!