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I have been on medication for bacterial vagenosis for 7 days how long is this medication in the system? If i don't think im cured can I go back on it

I have been on medication for bacterial vagenosis for 7 days how long is this medication in the system? If i don't think im cured  can I go back on it

See doctor. : Your symptoms should be gone. If they are still present, the BV may not have been cleared up. Or recurred. Please see your doctor for follow up. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of bacteria vaginosis?

What are symptoms of bacteria vaginosis?

Discharge and odor: Bacterial vaginosis generally presents with symptoms of a vaginal discharge and a "fishy" odor from the vaguna. Other symptoms can include vaginal irritation, redness and painful intercourse. ...Read more

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What cures bacteria vaginosis (pills wise)?

Metronidazole: The treatment of choice for bacterial vaginosis (an overgrowth of mostly normal vaginal bacteria) is metronidazole (Flagyl® and generics) by mouth for 5-7 days. Tinidazole (Tindamax®), a closely related antibiotic but more expensive, also works. Sometimes clindamycin is used but somewhat less effective. All these oral treatments are much better than most vaginal medicines for BV. ...Read more

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Why do I continue to get bacteria vaginosis?

Why do I continue to get bacteria vaginosis?

Upset balance: In your vagina. Yeast, acidophilus germs and b.Vag germs coexist peacefully like we live on the earth. When something's out of whack, yeast or b.Vag germs can take over the neighborhood>you get symptoms. So if you get BV a lot, think about prevention: medicine, probiotics, rephresh or boric acid capsules, most of all: be well (eat well, exercise, get sleep, play). ...Read more

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Is vaginosis bacterial come from your partner?

No.: Bacterial vaginosis is caused by an imbalance of the good and bad bacteria in the vagina. Something as upset the balance. You can get bacterial vaginosis without ever having sex. It can make you susceptible to sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia. ...Read more

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How can I keep from getting bacteria vaginosis?

How can I keep from getting bacteria vaginosis?

Good question: Bv may happen without a known reason. However, things you can do--after being treated and clered of bv----be in a monogamous relationship. Next, consider using condoms for a while. If you are experimenting with sexual practices/acts/toys, anal intercourse, etc, perhaps you want to stop for a while and see what happens. Practice good personal hygiene. Consider no underwear or cotton undies. ...Read more

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Why does bacteria vaginosis makes my face break out?

Why does bacteria vaginosis makes my face break  out?

It doesn't: BV does not cause facial break-out, though it's possible they may both be caused by the same thing. It's more likely the two are unrelated, best wishes. ...Read more

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If i got bacteria vaginosis will my partner have to be treated too?

No: Bv is not a sexually transmitted disease and you can not pass it to someone else. Male partners do not need to be treated. ...Read more