Bacterial vaginosis does not mean that you are pregnant.
BV is Bacterial Vaginosis.
Metronizole gel cures bacterial vaginosis in 75-80% of cases. But after six weeks, 50% of patients treated for BV with any regimen have symptoms again. See your health care provider to make sure you were screened for trichomoniasis.
Yes; if you have BV it doesn't necessarily mean you have an STD also.
You could have Bacterial Vaginosis or Yeast Infection.
It's possible that you have a yeast or bacterial infection. You should see your Dr as soon as possible.
it means that your pregnant
You have some type of infection. You will need to see the doctor to get treated. See: What causes Bacterial Vaginosis?
You have been pregnant for 22 weeks and should be delivering in approximately 17 weeks.
You have a infection. Most likely vaginosis. Very easy to treat with metronidazol... but you need a prescription as well as a 100% diagnosis.... go to the Dr. asap.
You may have a little imbalance in your vagina called bacterial vaginosis. If you're having symptoms of vaginal odor (fishy, especially after sex); milky thin discharge, or pelvic pain, then talk with your healthcare provder. They can give you antibiotics You can't catch bacterial vaginosis from someone else, so your partner won't need to be treated.
It means you're fat.