Recurring Vaginal Infections: 3 possible causes and how to prevent it

As a lady, it can be frustrating when you keep treating the same infection over and over again.

Do you know there are some habits you may be engaging in causing this to happen. This video points out 3 possible reasons why you may be having this experience and what you can do to prevent it.

A stitch in time saves nine. Just as a check in time saves lives

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Stephanie O. Nyong is a seasoned health educator and content strategist at Health Platforms International where she empowers individuals especially women and girls with knowledge and skills to prevent and manage a number of health conditions. She is the founder of BE-ME Africa, a Breast Examination and Menstrual Education project for young girls. Stephanie also organises pop-up clinics regularly to provide affordable quality healthcare services to a target population. She is admired in the industry and has the capacity to deliver on the current demand for health literacy for improved health outcomes in Nigeria. You can connect with her across all social media handles @stephanie_nyong

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