Quick and easy
to interpret results
VagiSense® is an easy-to-use home vaginal infection screening test that helps you differentiate between a possible vaginal yeast infection and a bacterial/parasitic infection so that you can get the appropriate treatment.
After 10 seconds, if any part of the VagiSense® tip is stained blue or green, your vaginal acidity is abnormal, and the risk of having a bacterial/parasitic infection is high. You should consult your healthcare professional.
If the VagiSense® tip is not stained after 10 seconds, the risk of having a bacterial or parasitic infection is low. You may have a yeast infection, and you may consider using non‑prescription treatments.
VagiSense® changes colour (to blue or green) when the acidity of the vaginal discharge is abnormal (pH level is elevated or the vaginal discharge is “watery”). “Watery” discharge and elevated vaginal pH levels are known to accompany bacterial and parasitic infections.
When to repeat the test
If you are not certain that the VagiSense® yellow tip came into contact with vaginal discharge, perform a second test immediately after the first, using a new VagiSense® test swab. If the VagiSense® yellow tip is stained blue or green on either test, your vaginal acidity is abnormal, and the risk of having a bacterial or parasitic infection is high. You should consult your healthcare professional.
When to consult your healthcare professional
Positive results (blue or green stain) should be reported to your healthcare professional as soon as possible.