I believe I have bacterial vaginosis, I've had it before.?

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I'm here today because for about the past month I've been experiencing symptoms that have led me to believe I have Bacterial Vaginosis. In the past I have been treated for Chlamydia and am worried If I may have contracted it again.?

Take swabs. Bacterial vaginosis and Chlamedia can coexist usually produce no symptoms, or can produce vaginal discharge, abnormal vaginal bleeding, or pelvic infection diagnosis is by clinical findings and swabs So I suggest you go to medical facility where you can have swabs done, it is important to discuss contraception, attached leaflet for more information http://patient.info/health/safer-sex. Read more...
Get Tested! Even if it's more likely to be Bacterial Vaginosis, there is such a high risk of complications from an untreated Chlamydia infection, that it's silly to wait around. Get tested ASAP! Then your doctor can prescribe the appropriate treatment for whatever you have going on. Good luck! Read more...

I've been diagnosed with bacterial vaginosis. I've taken baths with my daughter. Could she get it from me from the bathwater or taking a bath with me?

Unlikely to happen. The labia majora of infants keep the vaginal opening functionally closed during most activities. The chances of her getting anything from you are minimal and any material you drain into the bath water is likely inactive within minutes anyway. Read more...

Is this bacterial vaginosis? I've never done this before but this has been bothering me the last few days and I need help. I just started my period and use tampons. The past days though, I've felt my undies become wet along with my pants and when I check

You . You need to be seen and examined, and to have culture swabs taken to find out what type of infection it is. Possibilities include chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, but there are other possibilities as well. Please be seen immediately as these types of infections can cause serious problems. Read more...

How do I know if I've contracted bacterial vaginosis?

Malodorous. The most common symptom is a"fishy" malodorous vaginal discharge, and the gyn md can do testing to find out in the office during your exam. Read more...

I've had bacterial vaginosis on and off for a year. Does my husband need to get treated?

Bacterial vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis is usually caused by an overgrowth of a organism called gardenerella. This is usually not sexually transmited. Unless your husband has symptoms, he should not need treatment. Read more...

In 3 years I've been treated 4 times for bacterial vaginosis. Why does it recur? Is it possible there's a bigger problem?

Recurrent Vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis is a very nonspecific diagnosis. When there is no yeast in the vagina and there is a purulent vaginal discharge a diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis can be made. There could be other reasons such as endometritis causing this purulence or a cervicitis. Ask your gyno for help. Get a second opinion. See your doctor instead of your np. Read more...

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...