Vaginal complaints are common. Most women have them at some point in their lives. Often, they vanish on their own.
When they don't, women should see their doctors.
Which they do. Approximately 10 million office visits each year are for vaginal discomfort. For the vast majority of women, the medications their primary care doctors or gynecologists prescribe work well, and symptom-free, women soon enjoy being women again.
But what happens when the solution is not so simple?
Maybe you are a woman who still has vaginal discomfort, even after seeing several doctors and receiving various treatments. Maybe a treatment worked for a while, but then your symptoms returned. Maybe it didn't work from the start.
The Center for Vaginal Health was created to help you — the woman whose vaginal complaints have not resolved despite medical treatment.
At CVH, your condition will be accurately diagnosed by a vaginitis specialist, who will prescribe a treatment appropriate to the specific cause of your symptoms.
You can be symptom-free.