Antibiotics. Bv is a bacterial infection and treated with antibiotics the most common antibiotics used are Clindamycin (cleocin) and mitronidazole (flagyl, metrogel).
Bv. Bv meds include flagyl, tindamax, and clindamycin. See your doc..
Many. Antibiotics, antifungals, antivirals.
IT DEPENDS what bact. Bacteria you have, the usual txments are Cleocin (clindamycin phosphate) vaginal, or Metrogel vaginal, or Flagyl pills but you should have a culture sent to the lab by your gyn because you may need something else depending on what type and how many different bacteria you have, you may have only one or I had a pt who had 7 differnet ones.
I think I have Vaginal infection. Most likely BV but I wonder how can I treat it at home or will it just go away on its own?
No home Rx. But sometimes symptoms will resolve (especially after a period)
Yeast infection. Yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis can both be transmitted back to you by organisms colonizing the surface of your sexual partner's penis. Have him use topical medications to try and reduce or eliminate this carriage, and treat the yeast infection orally with Fluconazole for one month through a menstrual period while he is doing this. Acidify your vagina with whatever your gyn recommends.
I can't seem to fight any vaginal infection 1+ yrs. (bv, y, uti) no stis, no new partner. Tried everything! Have 2 pea sized lumps on neck; related?
Not related. Has your partner been treated?