Quiz: Do you have a Yeast Infection or Bacterial Vaginosis?


As many as 75% of women will experience some type of vaginitis, or inflammation of the vagina, in their lifetime. Bacterial vaginosis is the most common type of vaginal infection, followed by yeast infections as the second leading type. Given the prevalence of these conditions, many women often confuse the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis and a yeast infection. It is important to distinguish between the two, as they have different causes and require different treatments.

Take our quiz to get a better idea of what type of vaginal infection you may be experiencing.

Concerned you may have a vaginal infection? Learn more about yeast infections or bacterial vaginosis - or speak with a medical provider.

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  • Darlene Tase

    Thanks for the great article.
    I’ll put these great yeast infectiong tips to work right away.
    Thanks again!

  • Jessica Fuhrman

    I’ve had yeast infections problem over 2 years. I tried everything, of course I went to the DR. about a hundred times, probably not that many, but it sure seems like it. It never did any good for long and caused all kinds of other issues having to do with taking too many antibiotics.