What medicine should be prescribe for bacterial vaginitis infections?

A few options. Bacterial vaginosis is caused by a ph balance problem in the vagina. It is most commonly treated by Metronidazole orally, Clindamycin orally, Metronidazole vaginally or tindamax orally. It can also be treated with vaginal boric acid suppositories.

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I get so many bacterial vaginitis infections back to back. I'm not sexually active at the moment why is this happening?

ConsultG.Y.N.doctor. Having repeated bacterial vaginitis may be due to incomplete treatment or repeated exposure tp infection due to bad hygiene .Your doctor may suggest to take test -to find out what type of bacterial infection and what specific antibiotic to be prescribed to get rid of infection. Read more...

Can bacterial vaginitis or yeast infections cause a sense of urgency?

Probably UTI. Very likely you have bladder infection(UTI) otherwise vaginitis by itself should not cause urgency(which is a symptom of bladder infection(also called cystitis). You will need to go see your doctor to find out more and get an antibiotic prescription to control the infection/s). Read more...
Sometimes. Sometimes, if there is enough irritation to the anterior vaginal wall, it can give a sense of urinary urgency. However, the most likely source is a developing urinary tract infection or urethritis. Read more...

I got medication for a yeast infection and bacterial vaginitis. I finished the medication but I'm still itching inside my vagina. What's the problem?

Different treatments. Yeast and bacterial vaginosis are different infections, with different symptoms and treatments. Yeast itches, BV doesn't. If you were treated only for BV (for example, metronidazole), it's no surprise that yeast symptoms are continuing. If treated for yeast with an "azole" drug (miconazole, fluconazole, etc), some yeasts are resistant. Discuss alternative Rx with your doctor. Read more...

Could a tilted uterus cause vaginal burning and pain during sex I have never had an underlying STD just bacterial vaginitis and yeast infection?

See answer. ~20% of females born in the U.S. Have a tipped/tilted uterus which simply means that the uterus is not in a normal up and down placement but tipped forward or back in comparison to where it should be aligned. Though usually asymptomatic, it may be associated with pain during sex or menstruation. Vaginal burning unassociated with sex would not be a typical symptom. Gynecologist can provide answer. Read more...