Women's Health Symptom Checker

Answer these questions to see how your status stacks up.
*The results of the symptom checker are not for ideal diagnostic purpose and are not meant to substitute for a professional diagnosis by a physician.


Do you have abnormal vaginal discharge (thick, yellowish, off smelling)?

Question 1 of 6


Do you suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections?

Question 2 of 6


Do you often experience itchiness or painful sensation in the pubic area?

Question 3 of 6


Do you often bother by vaginal odor?

Question 4 of 6


Do you frequently use feminine wash?

Question 5 of 6


Are you currently undergoing any form of birth control/contraception?

Question 6 of 6


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    Did You Know?​

    25% of women are affected!

    1 in 4 women globally are affected by urogenital infections every year.1,2

    Huge number of people are affected by anemia

    An estimated 2 billion people are anaemic worldwide, of which more than 1 billion live with iron deficiency anaemia.3,4

    The reason women are easily affected

    Women are more prone to gastrointestinal tract problems comparing to men due to hormonal changes caused by menstruation. 5


    1. Medina, Martha, and Edgardo Castillo-Pino. “An introduction to the epidemiology and burden of urinary tract infections.” Therapeutic advances in urology vol. 11 1756287219832172.

    2. Ballini, Andrea et al. “Probiotics Improve Urogenital Health in Women.” Open access Macedonian journal of medical sciences vol. 6,10 1845-1850.

    3.www.who.int/nutrition/publications/ micronutrients/global_prevalence_anaemia_ 2011/en/


    5. Cain KC, Jarrett ME, Burr RL, Rosen S, Hertig VL, Heitkemper MM. Gender differences in gastrointestinal, psychological, and somatic symptoms in irritable bowel syndrome. Dig Dis Sci. 2009;54(7):1542-1549.