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Bacterial Vaginosis - What the what?

Bacterial Vaginosis or “BV” is an annoying condition that manifests with several symptoms:

BV can be acute or recurrent and can be very debilitating when it does not respond easily to treatment.

How did I get this?

Things that can lead to the development of BV:

 

“The vagina is a self-cleaning oven.” We often use this analogy to remind people that the vagina has the ability to self-clean and douching or using other products after intercourse or menstrual bleeding IS NOT NECESSARY and can actually cause more problems.

 

What do I do if I think that I have BV?

What can I do to prevent it?

What if it won’t get better?

At MORE, we are committed to providing comprehensive treatment and long-term options for dealing with acute & recurrent Bacterial Vaginosis infections. We can usually find some combination of treatment options to deal with your symptoms and get you back to feeling like yourself!

Author
Susan Lacy MD FACOG Dr. Susan Lacy is the founder of Modern Gynecology & Reproductive Health

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