Living with an infection is never a pleasant experience, but the pain and discomfort of a vaginal infection is one of the most unpleasant experiences a woman can go through. The good news is there is now a great solution to this difficult medical situation, for residents of Austin, TX. If you are going through the discomfort of living with bacterial vaginosis infections regularly, the vConfidence Certified Doctors in Austin, TX, are available to help you heal and offer relief.
What is Bacterial Vaginosis?
Bacterial vaginosis (BV), as well as recurring BV, occur from an overgrowth of bacteria in a vagina. Bacterial growth is a natural occurrence, but when there is a pH imbalance too much of the bacteria can grow and unpleasant symptoms can occur. These symptoms can include itchiness, an unpleasant odor, discharge, or a burning sensation during urination.
Diagnosing BV, Bacterial Vaginosis, Recurring BV and bacterial infection symptoms
Symptoms of BV can include itching in the vagina, a “fishy” odor, a white or gray discharge, or a burning feeling while urinating.
How Does vConfidence Treat Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) and Recurring BV?
Women who are experiencing painful and unpleasant symptoms should contact a vConfidence Certified Doctor in Austin, TX, right away. vConfidence offers effective treatment using innovative, non-invasive laser technology and radio waves. Procedures may include Intima, Femilift™, FemTouch™, and Viveve. These treatments make micro-wounds in the vagina that heal quickly, stimulating the growth of stronger skin. As the lining of the vagina strengthens, the patient will go on to have less dryness in the vagina and fewer infections. All these benefits are possible with just one five-minute treatment.
Patients who undergo treatment from a vConfidence Certified Doctor in Austin, TX, can have a happier and more vital lifestyle within days. If you are suffering from bacterial vaginosis contact us today!
Dr. Jeffrey Hall is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has been practicing plastic surgery in Austin since 1995. A member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery, he has also served as the President of The Austin Plastic Surgery Society and is former Chief of Plastic Surgery for the Seton Medical Network. Dr. Hall is active at most Austin area hospitals.