Causes, symptoms, and treatments
Bacterial vaginosis (BV), known as Gardnerella vaginalis, is a common condition affecting women. It caused by a bacterial imbalance that grows in the vagina and has any symptoms. Although women may notice abnormal discharges that may be white or gray and have an astringent taste.
Although it occurs and not considered a transmitted infection (STI), more common among active people. BV affect one-third of women in their lifetime, easy to treat. But can lead to complications if not diagnosed.
What causes BV?
Bacteria grow in the vagina and more “good” bacteria that help prevent infection. But, sometimes, “evil” bacteria may increase, leading to vaginal inflammation. The reason for discharge, the main symptom of infection.
There is no evidence that BV is a transmitted disease. Although active patients have a higher risk of infection after having sex with a new partner. It is unclear whether women can send the infection to other women through sexual contact.
Several factors that can increase your chances of developing BV, such as using intimate deodorants or soaps. People who smoke or use the IUD (spiral) as a method of contraception may be more susceptible to the disease.
What are the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis?
The people infected with BV do not develop symptoms although unnecessary to test. Because this asymptotic form does not pose a health hazard. The most common symptom of BV is its normal secretion change, whether color, texture or odor. It causes itching, but it causes pain during intimate intercourse or urination.
Is there any other health risk for bacterial vaginosis?
Bacterial vaginosis treated with an effective medication, but risks that prevent it from being treated. BV can increase the chance of other transmitted infections. Such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, genital herpes, HIV and HPV, which can lead to genital warts and cervical cancer.
BV may still responsible for managing of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or even infertility. If you do not receive treatment during pregnancy, it may cause more complications.
What drugs are available to treat bacterial vaginosis?
Bacterial vaginosis can care for with a range of antibiotics, such as metronidazole. Can administer small doses for 7 days compared to shorter, more intense treatments to reduce the risk of side effects. Although these antibiotics can cut infection, the women continue to experience BV as a recurring problem.
Can I buy a bacterial vaginosis medicine online?
After completing the free online consultation, you can buy metronidazole for a 121-day treatment of bacterial vaginosis. This confidential, but necessary so we can make sure a safe and effective treatment. Once the recipe issued, your order sent free the next day. If you live in London, you can get free shipping on the same day and receive treatment within two hours.
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