Yeast Infection / Vaginitis
One of the most common women’s health issues we see and treat at Statcare is vaginal infection. If you suspect you have a vaginal infection such as bacterial vaginosis or a yeast infection, we can see you at any of our locations in Hicksville, Long Island; Astoria, Queens; Brooklyn, NYC; the Bronx at Bartow Avenue (Co-op City); and the Bronx at E. 174th Street. You can even check in online a head of time!
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Why wait? At Statcare Urgent Care, you can come in any time and get treated for vaginitis. We are open every day of the year including evenings, weekends, and holidays.
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Statcare serves the Long Island residents of Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens, and Brooklyn, as well as the Bronx in NYC. If you have any questions about any conditions we treat or services we offer, call (917) 310-3371 today.
Yeast Infection / Vaginitis FAQs
At Statcare, we diagnose and treat vaginitis. The treatment depends on the cause of the vaginitis. Treatment may be an antibiotic or antifungal medication either in a pill form or a cream or gel that is applied in the vagina. You will need to finish the course even if your symptoms go away earlier because the vaginitis may recur or relapse.
Yeast Infection: A yeast infection, also known as candidiasis, is one of the most common types of vaginitis. Yeast infections are caused by a fungus called Candida that is normally found in the vagina. When antibiotics kill normal vaginal bacteria, which keep yeast in check, the yeast can overgrow and cause infections.
Bacterial Vaginosis: Bacterial vaginosis is caused by an imbalance among the type of normal bacteria that colonize the vagina. A dull gray discharge with a strong fishy odor and itching are symptoms of this type of vaginitis. Antibiotics are used to treat bacterial vaginosis.
Trichomoniasis: Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) condition caused by the parasite Trichomonas vaginalis. Symptoms include a yellow-gray or green vaginal discharge with a fishy odor, along with burning, irritation, redness, and swelling around the genitals. Antibiotics are used to treat this type of vaginal infection.
Some useful links: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
CDC-INFO Hotline (24 hours, 7 days a week)
STD information and referrals to STD Clinics
(800) CDC-INFO (800-232-4636)
In English, en Español CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN)
P.O. Box 6003
Rockville, MD 20849-6003
Antibiotics: Medicines that treat infections
Candidiasis: Also called yeast infection; caused by a fungus called Candida
Vagina: A tube-like structure surrounded by muscles leading from the uterus to the outside of the body
Vaginitis: An inflammatory condition of the vagina, often caused by an infection