Recurrent bacterial vaginosis and recurrent miscarriages


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Recurrent bacterial vaginosis and recurrent miscarriages

  1. 1. Recurrent Bacterial Vaginosis And Recurrent Miscarriages - Is There A Link Between Recurrent BV And Recurrent Miscarriages?<br />I have had recurrent bacterial vaginosis, and this happens especially after having sex with my partner. After being treated with antibiotics, it always comes back after having sex with him again. I have also had recurrent pregnancy loss (Miscarriages) with this SAME PARTNER! I have had all kinds of tests done to determine the cause of these late 2nd trimester miscarriages. They are unexplained and seem I am a completely healthy woman. Could the answer be so simple that it's been overlooked for the past 2 years? Could the BV be what is causing the miscarriages? <br />This is one question we got asked by a woman who wonders if recurrent bacterial vaginosis and recurrent miscarriages had anything to do in common. And if you have recurrent bacterial vaginosis and also trying to get pregnant, and have been searching around on the internet for solutions to your problem, then there is a good chance you have come across questions like this one. I have been there before and I know how it feels. In this article I will give you some more information on this, and will also give you some few tips and tricks on how to treat your BV so you can finally have the joy of keeping your kid. I will also provide links to some few good internet resources you can use for getting rid of your BV should it still be stubborn.<br />The simple truth is; there is to some degree a link between BV and late miscarriages. Though many people may say that BV is in no way causing your miscarriages, there might be some few possible links between BV and miscarriage - though I know there is really more to miscarriages than just BV. The thing is when you are trying to have a kid, it is best that your body is in the most health state as possible and having BV is definitely not a healthy sate if you ask me.<br />I have no exact reason what could cause those miscarriages especially if you are healthy. Hopefully a doctor will be able to come up with an explanation. It sounds like there could be a problem with your partner. You partner should be checked also and be treated for BV if you really do not want to keep having a recurrence of this condition. I think your partner is passing something back to you each time you have sex and he ejaculates inside you.<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 />