Should I still go to work if I have bacterial vaginosis?

Not a problem. Bacterial vaginosis may be annoying but it is not dangerous in any way to you or anyone else.

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I think I have bacterial vaginosis went to the doctor to get medicine but infection came back it seems like nothing is working. So now I soak in apple cider vinegar for 30 mins hopefully it works.?

BV returns. Bacterial vaginosis recurs in most patients who are treated. It could be because your sexual partner(s) are carriers, or a re-infection with your own vagial flora that was not completely wiped out. There are several different medications for BV, some pills, some gels/creams. If one did not work, maybe try another. Douches are an alternative, but frequently cause UTI or worsening of BV. Read more...

I am busy with my work and family and don't have time for bacterial vaginosis. How can I treat it fast?

Need evaluation. You should see your gyn for evaluation and treatment. The evaluation process is very quick, involving examination of a vaginal sample under the microscope. Read more...
Single dose. Bacterial vaginosis (bv) is usually treated with an oral antibiotic taken twice each day for seven days. That same antibiotic can be taken in a higher single dose, and still do the job of clearing up bv. You will need to have a prescription from your doctor for the medication. If you find that the BV returns shortly after being treated, ask your doctor about suppressive antibiotic therapy. Read more...

Can you treat and cure bacterial vaginosis with at home remedies or OTC products? If so which ones work best?

Metronidazole. This is RX in USA but may be OTC in Canada. Anyway, she should consult her Dr. This should be a routine thing in the Canadian health system. Forget about "home remedies". Read more...

Which treatment works the best and fastest for bacterial vaginosis?

Antibiotic. If it was diagnosted as bacterial vaginosis, and you are not allergic to Flagyl then this is the best treatment for you. Read more...
Alternatives. Recurrence rates are high even if you get treated and so if this keeps happening: Intravaginal boric acid, a 600 mg capsule once nightly for 14 days may be able to help with your problem. This medication is not FDA-approved for this purpose and must be made by a compounding pharmacy. Boric acid can be fatal if swallowed rather than used intravaginally, so be careful around children. Read more...