Bacterial Vaginosis

Is there a reason that a person would keep getting bacterial vaginosis if anitbiotics cure it for a few days but then it comes right back?


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2015-08-31 07:19:03
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Bacterial Vaginosis is not considered to be a sexually transmitted disease but is is seldom seen in monogomous relationships. Sometimes it is necessary to treat both partners or all three, in order to eradicate the infection. Make sure your partner is not having sex with someone else since multiple sexual partners is one of the risk factors for this infection.

Yes, it is really normal for a person keep getting BV, even if he has used antibiotics to cure it. And it is really common for BV come back if you use antibiotics as the treatment. For antibiotics couldn't permeate into the root of BV, it couldn't cure BV completely. The symptoms are easy to return after you take antibiotics.

Maybe you could try an more effective way, like herbal medicine FUYAN Pill, which

has been proven effective on cure BV with low recurrence rate by clinic cases.

And if you still have any questions, you could consult online doctors, like Wuhan Dr. Lee's TCM Clinic.


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Yes , cipro is a very good and effective drug to cure bacterial vaginosis . Bacterial vaginosis is a mild infection of the vagina caused by bacteria. Normally, there are a lot of "good" bacteria and some "bad" bacteria in the vagina. The good types help control the growth of the bad types. In women with bacterial vaginosis, the balance is upset. There are not enough good bacteria and too many bad bacteria. Experts are not sure what causes the bacteria in the vagina to get out of balance. But certain things make it more likely to happen. Your risk of getting bacterial vaginosis is higher if you: Have more than one sex partner or have a new sex partner. Smoke. Douche. You may be able to avoid bacterial vaginosis if you limit your number of sex partners and don't douche or smoke.Bacterial vaginosis is more common in women who are sexually active. But it is probably not something you catch from another person. Fuyan pill" including medicine which can clear away heat and toxic material, promote blood circulation and Qi would diminish inflammation and sterilize, dissipate hard lumps, eliminate tumor, and regulate menorrhagia (medicine of dissolving stasis and hemostasis can be added in menstrual period). "Fuyan pill" can kill a variety of bacteria, viruses, thus , it can cure your bacterial vaginosis in a few days .

Many bacterial diseases are contagious. Examples include strep throat and chlamydia.

yes, if you aren't careful not to.

Segmenter is the cell that aids when there is a bacterial infection in the body. If it increases the person has a bacterial infection while if it decreases the person has a viral infection or autoimmune diseases.

The causes of nodular acne in a person are caused by over production of sebum in the body, bacterial buildup, hormonal imbalances and dead skin getting clogged in pores.

The symptoms of UTI of the bacterial variety vary person to person but usually include a burning sensation when urinating and also include an itching sensation in the urethra.

Bacterial pneumonia would be spread via aerosols from the infected person sneezing or coughing and expelling the bacteria.

Assuming that a person did not die from drowning, there is not much in the way of aftereffects. Infection in the lungs is always possible, but is easily treated with a course of anitbiotics like Augmentin or Levaquin.

Bacterial Vaginosis and Toxic Shock Syndrome are both related to tampon use.The vagina is self-cleaning - discharge flushes out dead cells and bacteria, also discharge is acidic in pH to kill harmful bacteria within the vagina. Tampons prevent vaginal cleaning by plugging-up the vagina and by keeping flow in contact with the vagina it changes pH, between this and the porous environment of the tampon it's the perfect environment for bacteria to multiply.Bacterial Vaginosis is when certain bacteria multiply to cause a vaginal infection with symptoms that include excessive bad smelling discharge. Toxic Shock Syndrome involves more harmful strains of bacteria that multiply and create toxins which can enter the bloodstream and if a person lacks immunity it overwhelms the immune system causing major organ failure.

TB is a bacterial infection, therefore drinking and smoking has little to do with acquiring a bacterial infection

aspiration and inspiration of secretions from the infected person.

There thousands that are passed from one person to another. Another name for them is infectious diseases.

A vagina will only have a foul odor if a person needs to bathe, if there is a temporary imbalance in vaginal flora/pH, or if the person has a vaginal infection such as Bacterial Vaginosis. The vagina naturally contains a range of bacteria, an acidic pH helps to allow healthy bacteria to thrive while killing harmful bacteria. If pH is thrown off, such as due to menstruation or soaps getting into the genitals, this can cause a temporary imbalance in vaginal flora and if the balance isn't restored it can develop into an infection. If you have a bad vaginal odor it's best to see your doctor for diagnosis.

No. It is a bacterial disease that can not be spread from one person to another.

Bacterial infections, such as bacterial vaginosis also called BV, have nothing to do with a woman being "nasty" or dirty, and it does not necessarily relate to a couple's fidelity. BV can be transmitted through sexual activity with another partner or item, or it can randomly occur due to an imbalance of the bacterial flora in the vagina, similar to how a yeast infection may occur.Check out the links to CDC (Center for Disease Control)found on Answers.comAnswerBacterial infections can come from ALL kinds of things. It's possible, but there are other things that upset the balance of nature in the vagina all too quickly and more often then most know. Such as not wiping from front to back, douching too much. More women have bacterial infections and don't know it then you know. Refer to the link to the right, it's very informative:) AnswerAlthough Bacterial Vaginosis is not considered to be a sexually transmitted disease, it is seldom seen in monogomous relationships. The risk factors for this infection are IUD's, multiple sexual partners, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases. While I think the above scenario is quite possible, I think men also "harbor" these infections unknowlingly. They come in contact with the bacterial vaginosis and they themselves carry the bacteria. They are asymptomatic and never realize that they keep passing the disease on. So it may have been a partner they had months or years before you that they caught from because they never were treated themselves. I work in a health clinic and we had over a 2-3 year time period women who kept coming in with various STD's including BV. When we had to send notices out to the other person to be treated more often times than not it was this one particular man. He finally did come in and said he was not infected/sick. When tested he did have NGU which is what he was passing on to these women. He insisted he had no disease and refused treatment. So he is still out there passing it on to other womSure you can have STD. You can aquire bacterial sexually transmitted illness including Chlamidia trachomatis, w/c may give you to nasty illnesses PID and LGV.Answer: There are a lot of ways a women can get an infection in the vagina.It can be irritaion,itching,burning and smelly vaginal discharge problems etc...Bacterial Vaginosis is one of the conditions that cause a bacterial infection in women. BV infection is common in pregnant women and sex activity women that are making an unprotected sex life.

Bacterial diseases can spread through contaminated water and foodstuff. It can also spread thorugh the air. When the infected person coughs, spits, talks or sneezes, he propells germs into the air which infects another person who inhales them. There are also cerain bacterial sexually transmitted diseases. These bacterial STDs can spread through sexual intercourse and also through direct skin-to-skin contact (not all of them, only a few)

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An elevated temperature is the body's first line of defense to a bacterial infection.

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It is mainly caused by having sexual intercourse with an infected person.

i believe the correct answer is vaccination. i hope this helps you! :)

Tetanus is a bacterial infection that is caused by introducing the bacteria through skin punctures. Tetanus cannot be passed from person to person.

The disease is not known to be spread from person to person and cases of bacterial dissemination in convalescence are extremely rare in humans.

a bacterial carrier is usually call this because it carries a significant amount of bacteria. bacteria resides on 99% of everything in this world. something such as a fly, or a rat can at times carry concentrated amounts of harmful bacteria... and sometimes reffered to as bacterial carriers. a person who is sick with some type of bacterial infection could also be considered a bacterial carrier. Although most of the time when someone reffers to something as a bacterial carrier they mean something or someone containing significant amounts of harmful bacteria, it is in my opinion that pretty much anything can carry harmful bacterial at some level; therefore pretty much anything can be a bacterial carrier.

a person may avoid getting sick with ailments cause by harmful microorganisms by getting vaccinated

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