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symptoms of bacterial vaginosis or fungal infections

A: According to the data you provided (sore vagina, stinging when peeing, white discharge), it is possible that you might be experiencing a vaginal infection. It might be caused by bacteria or fungi and actually be bacterial vaginosis or a fungal infection. Fungal infection is characterized with vaginal itching, painful urination, and a white, smelly discharge. Almost the same symptoms are true for bacterial vaginosis with the exception of the white discharge that is slimier, whereas in a fungal infection the discharge might be more solid falling out in pieces. It might be difficult for a non-medical person to differentiate between these two...
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is it bad to douche with peroxide and water to help with the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis?

A: bacterial vaginosis Peroxide is not strong enough. MitsuHadTheBaby said: 1 Contact yur OBGYN and ask. They have someone on call at all times who I am sure could tell yo for sure Sign in to report abuse or send a compliment 28 months ago evie8 said: 2 I agree, you should contact your OB.GYN. Sign in to report abuse or send a compliment...


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how much acidilphilus and folic acid do you take in a day to help with the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis?does it work?

A: Acidilphilus is to help prevent yeast infections and folic acid is good for babies in the womb. MitsuHadTheBaby said: 1 Contact your OBGYN and ask. They have someone on call at all times who I am sure could tell you for sure Sign in to report abuse or send a compliment 28 months ago TurboB said: 2 This is a question for a doctor, please contact them, like Mitsu suggests. Sign in to...


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Pathology of bacterial vaginosis

A: There are bacteria normally found in the vagina. bacterial vaginosis is a condition when these bacteria are replaced with other bacteria that are considered pathological. The usual symptoms include: foul odor coming from the vagina, sometimes stronger after intercourse, and a vaginal discharge. If the infection is spread to the urethra then a frequent urge to urinate and burning sensation when urinating might be present, too. In many cases, there are no symptoms at all. The treatment includes detecting the bacteria by taking a sample of the vaginal fluid in which the bacteria are detected and consequently treating the patient with adequate antibiotics recommended by...
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Are There Cures for bacterial vaginosis?

A: Cures for bacterial vaginosis are typically in the form of antibiotics. Sometimes bacterial vaginosis will go away on its own without any medical treatment. People who need cures for bacterial vaginosis are normally prescribed either metronidazole or clindamycin, which are two types of antibiotics. Both of these antibiotics come in pill form or in the form of creams that are inserted inside the vagina. Most bacterial vaginosis infections generally clear up within two or three days after...


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What is bacterial vaginosis?

A: Dear Reader, Vaginas play host to a variety of bacteria that help maintain a healthy environment. Some types of bacteria that normally live in the vagina in small numbers are called anaerobes (meaning they do not require oxygen to live). bacterial vaginosis (BV, also called nonspecific vaginitis) occurs when these anaerobes become too numerous. bacterial vaginosis is the most common type of vaginal infection and can be uncomfortable, but it tends to be pretty mild and easily treated. Signs and symptoms of bacterial...


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How can I get rid of bacteria vaginosis without seeing a doctor? I get them a lot!

A: bacterial vaginosis is a common type of vaginal infection that affects a large number of women. It occurs when there is an imbalance in the levels of bacteria that are naturally present in the vagina. It is likely to result in symptoms such as vaginal tenderness, inflammation, swelling and discharge. Conventional treatment involves certain prescription drugs and ointments which help to alleviate the symptoms. However these medications often do not solve the underlying cause. Recurring infections can be extremely annoying and it is best to tackle the root of the...


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How Do I Choose the Best Holistic Cures for bacterial vaginosis?

A: There are a number of holistic cures available to treat bacterial vaginosis. Remedies often include increasing the intake of foods such as yogurt or using solutions and washes on the area. bacterial vaginosis is the most common form of vaginitis, an inflammation of the vagina. The disease is caused when the number of bacteria normally present in the vagina increases, overwhelming the other types of microorganisms. Holistic cures for bacterial vaginosis

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Please suggest home remedies for bacterial vaginosis. How to cure it without a doctorâ??s costly prescription? How to keep it from returning?

A: bacterial vaginosis – Read causes and prevention bacterial vaginosis is a vaginal infection caused by excessive growth of bacteria. This is one of the most common causes of vaginal discharge. The best medications prescribed by doctors for this bacterial infection is metronidazole and clindamycin. These medications are antibiotics and can either be taken orally or inserted into the vagina. But, I would rather advise you to go for natural cures and remedies rather than going for antibiotics prescribed by doctors. In some cases, after a few weeks, the original infection becomes active...
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Is it possible to have bacterial vaginosis if your a virgin?

A: thats like asking do bacterias exist if i never cut myself she prob just got dirt in her clit. see a doc I believe that she can get that or more possibly a yeast infection. What are her symptoms? With bacterial vaginosis, you will have a fishy odor. You will will have a yellowish vaginal discharge and burning. With a yeast infection, you will have a cottage cheese looking white discharge that itches. It is possible for her to get a bacterial infection, especially if she is wiping the wrong way after she pees or moves her bowels. All three of the females openings are so close. If she wipes from back to front, she could be bringing e-coli toward the vaginal area. This...


 
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