Bacterial Vaginosis

Bacterial Vaginosis

Bacterial Vaginosis - Vaginal Infection - Bacterial Vaginosis Treatment - Vaginal Discharge - Bacterial Vaginosis Cure | Tips on - Find TipsA woman’s most important organ of the body, vagina, is naturally under the protection of good bacteria’s that prevent the onset of infections. But when the good bacteria get over ruled by the bad ones, it results in bacterial Vaginosis.

Almost all women at one point of their life must have faced this. Sometimes the infection goes unnoticed and disappears by itself only to return again. Bacterial Vaginosis is not a usual variety of yeast infection; it is more worse- it affects the self-confidence of women and is a cause of much discomfort and embarrassment to their conscience.

When untreated, it can affect the fallopian tubes too giving rise to chances of miscarriages, premature birth, premature labour, uterine infection after delivery, amniotic fluid infection and cause sterility too.

Symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis:

- Itchiness both ‘in’ and out of the vagina.

- The colour of the vaginal discharge appears to be gray or yellow- white; and it is thicker than normal. The frequency is more too.

- The vaginal discharge smells rotten and like fish.

Cure For Bacterial Vaginosis:

- Most of the time doctors prescribe anti- bodies. They help initially but they tend to weaken the immune system thereby making the body susceptible to further infections and bacterial Vaginosis enjoy the record of recurring time and again. Some names of the anti-bodies are Metronidazole (Flagyl, taken orally), metronidazole gel (Metrogel, applied to the vagina), Tinidazole, and vaginal clindamycin cream (Cleocin). When the infection recurs (usually within 12 months), a second doze of anti-bodies is given.

- The only safe way to control is to maintain personal hygiene to the lost. Clean the vagina number of times a day with medicated soaps or liquids.

- Use garlic and curd. You can use both of them in the form of herbal pills or apply them directly to the effected areas. However, consult a doctor before trying out nay of the methods.

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