If you have a bacterial infection in your vagina can that stop you from being able to concieve?

Not necessarily. If you are referring to having bacterial vaginosis, the answer is probably not. Infection can cause a hostile environment for sperm. Increased mucous, thick mucous, high or low pH and physical barriers to the sperm let along toxicity to the sperm. There are many pregnancies, however in the face of vaginal infections. Good reason to plan pregnancies and get your house in order before attempting.
Vaginitis Infertile? Vaginitis usually does not itself cause infertility. The common causes of vaginitis are localized to the vaginal tissues and do not get into the tubes. Vaginitis can be associated with other infections that can cause tubal damage, so make sure that your physician is aware of any problems. Overall, don't worry much and see a fertility specialist if you are not pregnant in 12 months.

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What to use for a bacterial infection in your vagina if u can go to the dr.?

Depends. You need to see doctor to obtain culture and determine what bacteria that cause vaginal infection in order to get topical cream or medication by mouth. Read more...
Bacterial vaginosis. The most common cause is gardnerella vaginalis (although others can be involved). The diagnosis is typically straightforward in the doctor's office. The treatment is with antibiotics, depending on which drugs are effective in your community and your personal drug allergies. A bacterial infection in the vagina can only be treated after a doctor does an exam, and sometimes lab tests. Read more...
Gy*na*tren probiotic. Any vaginal discharge that doesn't go away within a few days or is associated with fever or pain should be evaluated by your doctor. However, most infections are due to an imbalance in vaginal pH and of the normal bacterial flora that should be present in the vagina. Gynatren is a great probiotic that has a vaginal suppository and an oral supplement-- my patients love it! visit www.Drfinke.Com. Read more...

I had anal sex for the first time and after he took it out my butt he put it in my vagina. Now I think I have a bacterial infection?

See answer. It is not advisable to have vaginal sex after anal sex because of increased risk of getting either a vaginal or urinary tract infection or more serious infection. If you absolutely must do this, always use condoms - one for the anal, one for the vaginal, as well as having him wash his penis in between. If you are having symptoms, you should see your gyne or md as soon as possible. Read more...

Is it possible to have a bacterial infection on vulva/anal area and not inside the vagina?

Yes. It is possible to have this.Vulva and anal area can have infection involve abscess , boils or std's ( depends on exposure and risky behaviors ). Vaginitis or inside vaginal infection have different etiology . Read more...