Recurrent bacterial vaginosis


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Recurrent bacterial vaginosis

  1. 1. HYPERLINK "" Recurrent Bacterial Vaginosis - How to Stop That Recurrence of BV and Get Rid Of the Fishy Smell and Vagina Odor<br />I am 19 and have had recurrent bacterial vaginosis for almost a year now. I have been going to the doctor regularly for the past 4-5 months to be treated for it. I was wondering if there was any way I could possibly prevent or treat it at home with over the counter medicines or anything else because I cannot afford to keep going to the doctors every two weeks to keep getting medicine. When I am taking medicine the symptoms go away but a few days after I stop it comes right back. The fishy smell discharges and odor can really take down your self-confidence and I don’t want that to happen to me. I am sexually active but we use condoms and I am clean down there. No perfumed soaps, peeing after intercourse, etc. I just don't know what else to do! Any recommendations would be highly appreciated?<br />If you search around on the internet for tips and tricks for curing bacterial vaginosis, then you will come arose websites where questions like this are being asked. This is one of the questions we got asked the other day by a girl who is really tired of having her bacterial vaginosis reoccurs. I have been there before and I know exactly how it feels to have recurrent BV; that is why I would want to respond to this question here in this short article, where I will talk more about how to treat your bacterial vaginosis naturally. However if what I provide here for some reason do not work for you, then I will also provide links to even more advance internet resources that you can use in trying to treat your BV and stop that vaginal odor once and for all.<br />Firstly, bacterial vaginosis is not a sexually transmitted disease it is caused by an imbalance of naturally occurring bacterial flora. The recurrence of this condition is so rampant and given that the vagina fishy smell and odor, only makes this condition kind of difficult to treat since some women are embarrassed by this. You can tell your doctor to give you a stronger dose of antibiotics and stay off the sex for a while. You are not alone; they are statistics which show that 1 out of every 3 women get it in some point in time in their lives.<br />This is going to sound stupid to you but if you get a bad itch and it is red and sore put natural yogurt on it. It will cool it down and get rid of the red and sore. Don’t forget keep off the sex for a while. You might not know this, but the real problem with first line management for BV such as oral or vaginal metronidazole or even intravaginal clindamycin is that more than 60% of people relapse and BV occurs again very quickly.<br />Best advice is a Betadine VC Kit 10%. After 14 days it will sterilize the vagina. Then you'd need to try and introduce natural LIVE yogurt into your vagina with either a tampon or syringe (without the needle!) The key is not the yogurt itself but the bacteria, lactobacillus acidophilus, in the yogurt. See if that helps.<br />For recurrent bacterial vaginosis treatment natural cures are the best. Unless the root cause of your infection is eliminated once and for all you will keep getting the infection back. Antibiotics merely suppress the symptoms of the infection and do not eliminate the root cause of the infection.<br />One of the excellent home remedies to treat BV naturally is yogurt. For this you must make sure you use probiotic yogurt which has live cultures in it. It should be unflavored and unsweetened. It can be consumed orally or applied directly on the vagina to restore vaginal ph.<br />There is this very great bacterial vaginosis cure guide which helped me a lot when I was struggling with my recurrent BV. The guide I am talking about is called: Bacterial Vaginosis Freedom written by Elena Peterson. I have recommended this guide to so many friends, family members and loved ones who had problems with recurrent BV, and most of them totally cured their condition just by following the recommendations in this guide. I will advise any woman who is struggling with persistent, chronic and recurrent BV to get a copy of the Bacterial Vaginosis Freedom guide and follow the recommendations in it.<br />Click here: Bacterial Vaginosis Freedom, to read more about this guide and see how it has been helping thousands of women all over the world in curing their recurrent bacterial vaginosis.<br />