When it comes to vaginal concerns, women are always warned against self-diagnosis, and advised to visit their doctor. But what happens when women with chronic symptoms such as vaginal burning, discharge, odor, irritation, itching, and /or recurrent yeast or bacterial infections fail to get relief? It is estimated that there are many women out there in this frustration situating not knowing where to turn next to get relief. Many women with these vulvovaginal problems have even visited a number of gynecologists as well as specialists with yet the same disappointing results.
Women looking for medical help for vaginal issues are often misdiagnosed, resulting in a lot of anger and frustration. Effective treatment cannot be determined unless there is accurate diagnosis, and without this women won’t get the care they need. Unfortunately, some gynecologists use diagnostic tools that are rudimentary and not able to identify the underlying causes, and so end up treating only the symptoms, not the underlying cause.
Fowler GYN International
However, women with vulvovaginal symptoms are consistently getting relief by seeking help from Dr. R. Stuart Fowler of Fowler Gyn International (FGI). Due to his vast experience in vulvovaginal health care, Dr. Fowler uses more advanced diagnostic tools resulting in findings that direct treatment to the source of the problem.
Dr. Fowler’s success in treating chronic vulvovaginal issues is due to the many years of clinical observation and research he has undertaken. The findings from these studies have lead to the development of tools that have greatly improved FGI’s diagnostic capability. Consequently, women who were previously unable to get effective treatment are now consistently able to do so.
The Vaginal Fluid Analysis Test (VFA) is perhaps one of the most important diagnostic tools available at FGI. The VFA test takes determines the changes in the vaginal micro-flora, and identifies the patterns of bacterial flora shifts. This enables the recommending the most effective treatment protocol, and that’s the reason why the correct diagnosis is key for women seeking relief (click here).
You can contact FGI by visiting http://www.fowlergyninternational.com/contact-us, or by calling their headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona at 480-420-4001.