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Does Bacterial Vaginosis Cause A Burning Feeling In The Clitoris And Just Beneath It
Generally not: Bacterial vaginosis most often causes a thin, grey-white discharge and a distinctive odor, which some people describe as "musty" or "fishy." burning and irritation around the clitoris and the opening to the vagina could be caused by an infection (like an std or a yeast infection) or irritation from another source (like an allergic reaction to a soap). You should see a healthcare provider! ...Read more
I have bacterial vaginosis and was prescribed me metronidazole. When will I start feeling and seeing results- like no more burning or discharge?
Shoudl feel better I: In a couple days and u may have something else or instead of bv, so if u are not better u need a reculture. ...Read more
My doctor prescribed me cefuroxime (14tb of 500 mg each twice a day) and chlorquinaldol-promestrine (18 ovules twice a day) in treating bacterial vaginosis. This is the last day of the cure. I'm feeling a little burning while urinating. What can be the cau
Bacterial vaginosis is a very common vaginal infection in women. It is from bacteria that live normally in the vagina and for unclear reasons, overgrow and cause symptoms. Symptoms include irritation, itching, discharge and fishy odor. Even with proper treatment, recurrences are common.
Yeast infection is also possible. ...Read more
Diagnosed with bacterial vaginosis. Took 7 day 2 a day metronidazole pills. Still have burning but cant get to the doctor cause of period. What do I d?
Call your doctor anyway. There are some types of BV that are becoming more resistant to treatment and may benefit with a course of a different antibiotic. On the other hand, it is also possible that you already had something that wasn't checked before starting treatment.
Could you have an STI/ STD? Could you have a UTI now? BV rarely burns, usually just odor and discharge. ...Read more
Protected sex, I have burning sensation they said it was bacterial vaginosis, 3 weeks later I have small flesh bumps.?
Get rechecked: Something doesn't quite fit. Bacterial vaginosis usually doesn't cause a burning sensation or genital bumps. Genital warts usually aren't "fleshy", but that might be a possibility. Or maybe nothing abnormal? It doesn't sound like herpes or any other STD. You need to be rechecked by the doctor or clinic where you were seen 3 weeks ago. Best to avoid sex until then. Good luck! ...Read more
BV: The typical symptoms of bacterial vaginosis (bv) are discharge, vaginal odor and occasionally some mild vaginal itching. The symptoms you describe could be BV bit could also be a bladder infection or vaginal yeast infection. ...Read more
I have severe vaginal burning. Been tested for uti, bacterial vaginosis, sti's and have have a pelvic exam. Everything is normal they are saying.
Vaginitis: Most cases are due to infection. Irritant vaginitis can be to allergies to condoms, spermicides, soaps, perfumes, douches, lubricants and semen. It can also be caused by hot tubs, abrasion, tissue, tampons or topical medications. Foreign bodies (most commonly retained tampons or condoms) cause extremely malodorous vaginal discharges. Hormonal deficiency is rare at your age. ...Read more
I've had a lot of yellow/green mucous discharge and burning pain for months, now. Negative STD panels as well as negative for yeast and bacterial vaginosis.?
I just woke up feeling like I had a fever; hot with headache. I took my oral temperature, and it was 99.1 degrees. Just finished metronidazole for a bacterial vaginosis. Also have nasal congestion, ear congestion, post nasal drip, fatigue, and nasty tasti
URI: 99.1 is high normal. Nasal congestion, ear congestion, post nasal drip, fatigue, and a nasty taste along with this temperature sounds more like an upper respiratory infection than anything to do with bacterial vaginosis or recent treatment with metronidazole. This could be viral in which case you just treat the symptoms or bacterial in which case you may need antibiotics. See your PCP to be checked ...Read more
Hi, I have recently just had two misscarriages in a row. I am just woundering if bacterial vaginosis is the cause of it? I had it 5 years ago.
Bacterial vaginosis.: Often presents with white, gray, or yellowish cloudy discharge with a fishy odor. Brown discharge often contains older, deoxygenated blood ; may be seen after the period. If you have a change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge ; problems such as pain, itching burning with urination or sex or redness/swelling then it is best to see your gynecologist for evaluation. ...Read more
Alternatives: Intravaginal boric acid, a 600 mg capsule once nightly for 14 days may be able to help with your problem. This medication is not FDA-approved for this purpose and must be made by a compounding pharmacy. Boric acid can be fatal if swallowed rather than used intravaginally, so be careful around children. Still it's a worthwhile option when all the antibiotics don't work. ...Read more
No cancer risk: Bacterial vaginosis, an overgrowth of mostly normal vaginal bacteria, is not known to cause cancer or increase the risk of cancer. No worries there. However, it increases the risk of fallopian tube infection and premature delivery, if pregnant. If you have BV, there is no reason you should leave it untreated. Even recurrent BV usually can be prevented with proper care. Good luck! ...Read more
Unlikely: Generalized reaction or itching happens very rarely. ...Read more
It could contribute: To it but it is not an std, if u do not want to get preg I rec seeing a gyn or going to a clinic to get on birth control, and you can potentially catch a lot of bad diseases from unprotected sex like gon, chly, herpes, hiv, so you should be using at least a condom if you are not married and u may have a great boyfriend but many guys your age only are thinking of 1 thing and don't care ifugeta dise. ...Read more
BV: This is not considered to be a sexually transmitted disease, but there is data showing that the bacteria colonizing the skin of the penis can be those obtained from a sexual partner and transmitted back to them after treatment. If you have a partner with multiple contacts BV is the least of concerns. Make sure you are tested for all STDs. ...Read more
Dx'ed with bacterial vaginosis. Not sure how long I've had it. How likely is it to cause infertility?
Unlikely: While theoretically possible, I've never heard of bacterial vaginosis causing infertility. It's very common, so if it did cause infertility, that would be a lot of women affected. Sometimes it can go undiagnosed for a long time. So long as you've treated it now, though, you should be fine. ...Read more
How long does bacterial vaginosis have to go untreated before it causes serious problems like infertility?
Doesn't cause: Bacterial vaginosis (bv) is too many of the 'wrong' bacteria and less of the 'good ones'. It is not a std/sexually transmitted disease, is treatable, and does not cause infertility. If you think you have BV see your ob/gyn for testing and treatment, if needed. S/he can also check for STDs like chlamydia, especially if you're under 26. See rei specialist if you're trying to conceive without success. ...Read more
No: Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most common vaginal infection in women ages 15-44. It is an infection caused when there is an imbalance of “good” and “harmful” bacteria that are normally found in a woman's vagina. It does not cause bad odors from the nose. You may have a chronic sinus / upper respiratory infection. Best to consult with an ENT. ...Read more
See you MD: Bacterial vaginosis causes vaginal discharge and odor as well as vaginal discomfort. If you also have pain in the groin see your doctor for evlauation. ...Read more
Does bacterial vaginosis cause pelvic pain or clit pain? I was just diagnosed today with it and im experiencing that
Not usually: Bacterial vaginosis does not usually cause these symptoms but it can increase the risk of other infections which can so you should be examined and tested more extensively to be sure there isn't something else going on if the BV treatment doesn't take care of the pain. Hope this helps and you feel better fast. ...Read more
Low and zero: Cervicitis is often unexplained but folks have looked at the various risk factors and bacterial vaginosis isn't up there, so I doubt it. To cause cancer, something has to actually get into the genes or greatly accelerate turnover and "bv" just isn't going to do this, statistical link or no. Stop worrying. Cervicitis we can treat; cervical cancer we can prevent / treat with due vigilance. ...Read more
No: A malodorous vaginal infection, but not uterine enlargement. ...Read more
Vaginal flora: Bacterial vaginosis is a mild infection of the vagina caused by native bacteria. Normally, there are a lot of "good" bacteria and some "bad" bacteria in the vagina. The good types help control the growth of the bad types. In women with BV, the balance is upset. There are not enough good bacteria and too many bad bacteria. A sign of bacterial vaginosis can be a "fishy" smell, which may be worse after sex. About half of women who have bacterial vaginosis do not notice any symptoms. ...Read more
Unlikely: Bacterial vaginosis is a disease of the vagina caused by bacteria. Risks for BV include douching and having new or multiple sex partners, although it is not clear what role sexual activity plays. Bv is caused by an imbalance of naturally occurring bacterial flora and is often confused with yeast infection or with trichomoniasis. ...Read more
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