health conditions


Question by  MatthewM (100)

How do they treat recurrent bacterial vaginosis?

Does it keep coming back?


Answer by  alicekay (54)

It can be treated using antibiotics administered orally.The antibiotic metranidazole is administered for a period of seven days.It can also be administered by vaginal using metranidazole gel.Even after treating using the antibiotics there is possibility of recurrence.


Answer by  DackThrombosis (1093)

Yuck! Yes, this condition can reoccur if not treated possibly. Caused by some diseases such as diabetes, or lax hygiene, a doctor can treat vaginosis with antibiotics and special vaginal gels. It's best to finish the treatments to prevent reoccurence.


Answer by  cafish (2035)

Oral antibiotics and gels are used to treat this. Eating fruits and vegetables can help to keep this from recurring.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Noy normally and if you have one that does you need to get more agressive with the doctor where your treatment is concerned they can have long term effects if allowed to continue and they will cause trouble other places as well and trust me you do not want that to happen.

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