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How do I fully treat bacterial vaginosis?

How do I fully treat bacterial vaginosis?

Antibiotics: Usually we use Flagyl 500mg twice daily for 5 days.

http://www. Cascadewomenshealth. Org/download/pdfs/healtheducation/management%20of%20vaginal%20and%20vulvar%20infections%20and%20discomfort/bacterial%20vaginosis. Pdf. ...Read more

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What can I do to treat bacterial vaginosis?

What can I do to treat bacterial vaginosis?

See your doctor: Bv is highly treatable with certain prescription antibiotics. There is not much to do over the counter. ...Read more

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How can I treat bacterial vaginosis at home?

Check up: Bv usually needs to be treated by prescription antibiotics. If you have frequent recurrences, talk to your doctor about possible ways to balance your pH and keep the vaginal bacteria in better balance. Some people used over the counter products such as rephresh or luvena. Some physicians use vaginal suppositories containing boric acid, but these need to be made by a compounding pharmacist. ...Read more

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Plz tell me how do you treat bacterial vaginosis?

Plz tell me how do you treat bacterial vaginosis?

I use Cleocin (clindamycin phosphate) vag: Supp or cream, you can also use Metrogel or Metronidazole pills, Cleocin (clindamycin phosphate) usually works the best, you should get a culture because there are many differnet bact that can cause bv, see your gyn. ...Read more

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What can you take to treat a bacterial vaginosis?

What can you take to treat a bacterial vaginosis?

Bacterial vaginosis: You can do nothing and the vaginosis will clear up or you can consult your doctor and he can take a culture and give you a specific antibiotic for the cause. ...Read more

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Can you use ofloxacin to treat bacterial vaginosis too?

Can you use ofloxacin to treat bacterial vaginosis too?

Not likely: Flagyl is the medication of choice due to very good coverage of anaerobes. Ofloxacine does not cover anaerobes as well as Flagyl does. ...Read more

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Can doxyclycine treat a bacterial vaginosis infection?

Can doxyclycine treat a bacterial vaginosis infection?

Treatment of BV: Bv is usually caused by anaerobic gram negative rods and is usually treated with Metronidazole or clindamycin. Tetracyclines like doxy would not be considered first choice agents. If your doctor thinks you have chlamydia or other infections, it may well be the correct agent. Ask your doctor what your tests and cultures show. ...Read more

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I wanted to know is clindamycin hlc 300 mg used to treat bacterial vaginosis?

I wanted to know is clindamycin hlc 300 mg used to treat bacterial vaginosis?

Bacterial vaginosis: Yes - Clindamycin can be taken by mouth, 300 mg twice daily for seven days. ...Read more

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How long does it take for clindamycin to begin working when being treated for bacterial vaginosis?

How long does it take for clindamycin to begin working when being treated for bacterial vaginosis?

Oral or Vaginal?: Vaginal creams take between 3 to 7 days. Oral antibiotics may take up to 10 days as they are systemic and not local to the vagina. ...Read more

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How many days does it take for clindamycin to start working when being treated for bacterial vaginosis?

About 48 hours: You should feel better within about 48 hours, but please take all of your prescribed medication to clear thje infection. ...Read more

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Can I have sex whilst being treated for bacterial vaginosis?

Can I have sex whilst being treated for bacterial vaginosis?

Preferably not: Not for at least a week, while being treated; and preferably for another week after that. If sex is inevitable, for sure use condoms. ...Read more

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Will metronidazole treat bacterial vaginosis?

Will metronidazole treat bacterial vaginosis?

Bacterial Vaginosis: Metranidazole is one of the treatments for bv. It decreases the bacterial population of gardnerella vaginalis. Can also use preparations like acid jelly to decrease the vaginal ph making the vaginal environment more hostile to gardnerella proliferation. ...Read more

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How do I treat bacterial vaginosis?

Bacterial vaginosis: Avoid Douching!!! Bacterial vaginosis is treated with metronidazole or clindamycin. ...Read more

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How can you treat bacterial vaginosis?

How can you treat bacterial vaginosis?

Antibiotics: Bv can be treated by either the oral version of a drug called Metronidazole or there is a vaginal suppository version of this same medication. One caution with this medication is that it cannot be mixed with alcohol or it can cause severe nausea and vomiting. ...Read more

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Will men have to be treated for bacterial vaginosis if his spouse has it?

Will men have to be treated for bacterial vaginosis if his spouse has it?

Generally not: More BV information here:
http://www. Cdc. Gov/std/bv/stdfact-bacterial-vaginosis. Htm. ...Read more

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How to treat my bacterial vaginosis?

How to treat my bacterial vaginosis?

See your doctor: Bv is highly treatable with certain prescription antibiotics. There is not much to do over the counter. ...Read more

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How do I treat bacterial vaginosis and prevent recurrence?

See your gyn: You need a culture script meds, and if you take acidolphilus pills or probiotcis daily, either of those is preventative. ...Read more

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I am treated for bacterial vaginosis but still have discharge. What can it be?

I am treated for bacterial vaginosis but still have discharge. What can it be?

Difficult to say: Vaginal discharge and irritation or odor can be caused by many things, bv, yeast infections, sexually transmitted diseases, dermatitis (or skin irritation/rashes), sensitivities to condoms, or detergents, just to name some. Some discharge is normal, that is the first thing to remember, but if there is a foul odor, or inflammation - it may be due to one of these treatable causes. Bv can also recur. ...Read more

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Do you guys suggest me to take rephresh pro b 30 capsule pills to treat my bacterial vaginosis?

Do you guys suggest me to take rephresh pro b 30 capsule pills to treat my bacterial vaginosis?

Maybe: Some women treat BV with Metronidazole as a vaginal insert or as an oral pill. Other women swear by probiotics. There's no harm in trying the probiotics. If they don't work, then return to doctor for rx. I had a patient that used an OB tampon and covered it in plain yogurt and swore this cured her bv. Also consider what may have provoked infxn in first place and try to eliminate that. Good luck! ...Read more

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Does acyclovir 200mg taking it every 8 hours treat symptoms of bacterial vaginosis?

Does acyclovir 200mg taking it every 8 hours treat symptoms of bacterial vaginosis?

No: Acyclovir is an anti-viral medicine. Bacterial vaginosis is a synergistic infection involving g. Vaginalis and a number of other vaginal bacteria. Acyclovir has no activity against any bacteria. ...Read more

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Is it OK to go to the hospital to get treated for bacterial vaginosis if the RePHresh doesn't work?

No hurry: Bacterial vaginosis can be treated on out pt basis, no need to go to hospital. Please call your primary care doctor, or try to make an appointment in 1-2 days to get antibiotics. Also so to prevent future recurrence - DO NOT Do vaginal douching, try to change pads every 2-3 hrs when you are in period. Cranberry juice is helpful too. ...Read more

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I have vaginal discharge with no odor. I just treated myself for bacterial vaginosis, everything seemed fine until I noticed heave discharge.

See doctor: A few things come to mind. There are no approved otc meds for bv, no unless a doctor called something in for you, it might not have been a BV medication. Bacterial vaginosis (bv) tends to have a distinct odor, so if your discharge did not have one, may have been something else, such as yeast. Worth seeing your doc to determine cause- there is a new high quality test (affirm) which can help tell. ...Read more

Dr. Valentin Drezaliu
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Bacterial Infection Of The Vagina (Definition)

A condition where the inside of the vagina is infected with an overgrowth of bacteria, causing an unpleasant odor, ...Read more