How to cure BV?

Antibiotics. First you need antibiotics: usually Metronidazole or Clindamycin prescribed by your doctor. Then prevent recurrence by managing your stress and not douching.
Antibiotics. Bv or bacterial vaginosis is an overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina that don't need oxygen. The typical symptoms are increased discharge, vaginal irritation and a fishy odor. It can be treated by either pills or vaginal creams. It is not a sexually transmitted infection and there is no proven way to prevent it happening.
Possibly, betadine. One older remedy that can work is a 5 night course of gentle betadine douching. It can help restore vaginal ph, but must be gentle and there are risks including increasing vaginal irritation, creating worse infection and allergic reaction to the iodine solution.

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How to cure bv?

Decrease acidity. Semen is loaded with carbs, and the common BV bugs may consume it but lets go for a cure.Decrease the ph in your vagina by using a very dilute vaginal wash of 1 tablespoon of clear vinegar in a quart of water.I do recommend condom use to prevent disease and pregnancy. Read more...

How to cure bv? Does BV use semen for food? If so, would using condoms cure bv?

Antibiotics. Bacterial vaginosis is treated with antibiotics such as metronanidazole. Semen do not provide food for these bugs and condoms do not "cure" it, although they are always recommended unless you are in a long-term, completely monogamous relationship. Read more...
Decrease acidity. Semen is loaded with carbs, and the common BV bugs may consume it but lets go for a cure.Decrease the ph in your vagina by using a very dilute vaginal wash of 1 tablespoon of clear vinegar in a quart of water.I do recommend condom use to prevent disease and pregnancy. Read more...

How can I quickly cure bv?

Antibiotics either. Oral or vaginal, please see your gyn for proper diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

How can I quickly cure BV naturally?

No evidence. Bacterial vaginosis occurs when the ph of the vagina becomes imbalanced (from menstrual bleeding and semen for instance) and raises above 4.5-5.0. Anecdotal evidence suggests that apple cider vinegar used in a douche may help. In my experience however, it usually takes an intravaginal antibiotic to completely clear BV followed by vaginal ph maintenance. Read more...