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How can I treat bacterial vaginosis at home?

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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Can i get bacterial vaginosis home remedies?

Can i get bacterial vaginosis home remedies?

No,, see a gyn: U need antibiotics either vaginal or oral, you can take acidolphilus or pre- biotics to help prevent getting BV but that will not treat bv. ...Read more

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What are good home remediesfor bacterial vaginosis?

What are good home remediesfor bacterial vaginosis?

Here is one: Anecdotal evidence has promoted apple cider vinegar douches for vaginal health. The general rule is 1 teaspoon vinegar to 2 cups water used as a douche. A stronger mixture may "burn" the vagina so dilution is important. Vinegar is a weak acid & helps reset the vaginal ph back to 4.0 where it belongs. Plain yogurt douches may help as well with no need to dilute yogurt. ...Read more

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What home remedies can I use for bacterial vaginosis?

What home remedies can I use for bacterial vaginosis?

Boric Acid?: I would recommend the standard treatment of oral or vaginal flagyl. Intravaginal boric acid 600 mg at bed time provides symptomatic relief. The frequency can be gradually decreased to once or twice a week. You could try a probiotic preparation such as vsl #3 with 110 billion colonies of probiotic bacteria per capsule, but this therapy is unproven. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis I can find and treat at home?

What are the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis I can find and treat at home?

Several: Common symptoms of bacterial vaginosis include a thin discharge, which may or may not be irritating. Also a foul or fishy odor, especially after intercourse. Treatment includes either vaginal antibiotic cream or oral medication, also using boric acid suppositories (usually available by prescription and made up in a compounding pharmacy) to lower the vaginal ph. ...Read more

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I think i may have bacterial vaginosis. What are some symptoms I should look for and are there any home remedies?

I think i may have bacterial vaginosis. What are some symptoms I should look for and are there any home remedies?

Rephresh gel: Thin discharge with a fishy odor. Try over the counter rephresh gel. If not better, go see the gynecologist. ...Read more

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I've had bacterial vaginosis for almost a year now. Are there any home remedies you could recommend that may be successful for me?

I've had bacterial vaginosis for almost a year now. Are there any home remedies you could recommend that may be successful for me?

No: Really do recommend that this be accurately diagnosed - you need to make sure that what is being referred to as bacterial vaginosis is not a sexually transmitted disease. Your physician be able to provide appropriate tx. ...Read more

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Any at home treatment for bacterial vaginosis?

Any at home treatment for bacterial vaginosis?

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

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Dr. Valentin Drezaliu
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bacteria normally reside in vagina as resistence to infection goes down they can cause infection causing discharge, itch and odor ...Read more