Vaginal Microbiome Test

If you suspect you may have bacterial vaginosis (BV), aerobic vaginitis (AV), or cytolytic vaginosis (CV), Dr. Chang recommends taking a vaginal microbiome test:

  • before treatment
  • after treatment
  • 1-3 months after treatment

There are four companies that offer vaginal microbiome tests:

$99 - $149

The Juno Vaginal Microbiome Test

The most comprehensive vaginal microbiome test you can take at home. Brought to you by the world's leading vaginal microbiome scientists


Juno is our friend's company, they were kind enough to give you a $20 Discount on Single Orders

How it Works

1. Order your test

Order online and we’ll mail your kit straight to you. It’ll be in your hands in just a few days.

2. Collect your sample

Your kit contains everything you need for your simple swab sample collection: a q-tip inserted into your vagina for 20 seconds, a pH applicator for 10 sec and voila. When you’re done, use the prepaid mailer to send it back.

3. Get your results

Your full vaginal microbiome profile, and what it means, will be available to access online on our private dashboard. We’ll answer any questions that you might have.

4. Power up discovery

Your results power up scientific understanding of the vaginal

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End feminine discomforts by balancing the microbiome

Common feminine discomforts include itching, burning, dryness, odor, and/or excessive discharge. All maybe caused by imbalance of the vaginal microbiome.

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How to Diagnose and Treat Cytolytic Vaginosis

Lactobacillus overgrowth causes over production of lactic acid, which breaks down vaginal epithelial cells, causing burning and discharge

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Aerobic Vaginitis and Desquamative Inflammatory Vaginitis

AV is characterized by a decrease in vaginal lactobacillus along with inflammationatrophy, and the presence of predominantly aerobic bacteria. The aerobic bacteria are from fecal contamination, such as the E. coli bacteria.