Vaginal infections, also known as vaginitis, can be quite uncomfortable, but it doesn’t have to be the end of the world, and you should not be ashamed of it either. Most of these infections can be recurrent, which means you have to see a doctor who specialises in recurring vaginal infections. At King’s College Hospital, we have board-certified specialist gynaecologists, who are equipped to treat such infections.
Some common symptoms of recurring vaginal infections include itching, vaginal discharge, unpleasant smell, and burning.
Common Types of Vaginal Infections Include:
- Vaginal yeast infection
- Viral Vaginitis
- Bacterial Vaginosis
Risk Factors of Vaginal Infections include:
- Lower level of hormones
- Allergic reactions
- Frequent douching
- Intrauterine devices
Treatment for Vaginal Infections
To get the best and most effective treatment, you will need to have an accurate diagnosis on the type of vaginal infections you might have. At King’s College Hospital London Dubai, one of our expert gynaecologists will diagnose you, and treat you for any recurring vaginal infections.
Why You Should Choose King’s College Hospital Dubai
- Our Gynaecologists and Urogynecologists are the best in their field and have ample experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
- At King’s College Hospital, we have state-of-the-art facilities, and use the latest and minimally invasive techniques to achieve faster healing with the best results.
- At King’s College Hospital London, we focus on patient care, and safety in a compassionate environment.
- Our clinic branch is centrally located, making it easily accessible.
Get in Touch for Your Recurring Vaginal Infections Treatment
At Aesthetics by Kings College Hospital Dubai, we have the leading Gynecologists and Urogynecologists in the region. Our medical experts are US and European trained, board-certified, and focus on the safety and care of every patient in a compassionate environment with state-of-the-art facilities. To book a free consultation, get in touch using the contact details given, and one of our patient-care staff will book an appointment for you.