OTC antiFUNGALS at the first sign of a problem even though most vaginal infections are actually BACTERIAL

Many women try OTC antiFUNGALS at the first sign of a problem even though most vaginal infections are actually BACTERIAL.

But it is important to differentiate bacterial from fungal.

Women will ask about this due to U.S. commercials for Fem-V. It's a new U.S. OTC...a diagnostic strip placed inside a panty liner to help distinguish between a bacterial and fungal infection.

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