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Bacterial Vaginosis: How Can You Treat It By Yourself?

Author : revu moz

Been having an abnormal, malodorous vaginal discharge? Chances are you have a Bacterial Vaginosis. Certain bacteria are naturally found in vagina and when these bacteria encounter imbalance that would result to Bacterial Vaginosis aka BV. Although it is commonly acquired by sexually active women, it is not transferred though intercourse therefore it is not treated as a sexually transmitted infection (STI).

What causes BV is still unknown but there are factors that are believed to be contributing to its development such as using an intrauterine device (IUD), having sex with a new partner or to numerous partners, using scented soaps or perfumed bubble bath and smoking. Even using a strong detergent to wash your underwear is a factor too.

Bacterial Vaginosis is usually treated with antibiotics. Over-the-counter creams can also provide relief to the condition. BC doesn't necessarily need treatment because it goes away on its own but even if its treated, its most likely the it would appear in some women again. Suffering from the disease more than once is beyond embarrassing. While the usual cures for BV appear to be effective, they don't really provide a solution that's permanent, which everyone would prefer. In 3 Days to Permanent Bacterial Vaginosis Relief, you can find numerous cures for BV that have been scientifically proven to work.

Apart from BV, women may also suffer from vaginal thrush. It's basically an irritation and swelling of vagina and vulva due to a fungal infection. Vaginal thrust or vaginal yeast infection, just like BV, can disappear only to surface once again in most women. There's a possibility that you will catch this condition in the future and reading Yeast Infection No More Review at can spare you from it.

It is important to treat BV and yeast infection because not only they can be a threat to your heath but also to your intimate relationship. If it makes you feel uncomfortable to talk with your doctor about your dilemma, you can just consult self-help guides instead. If ever you decide to invest on one of the guides, take time to read the reviews and the ratings the customer gave into the guide of your interest.

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