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A frequent vaginal infection called bacterial vaginosis (BV) results from an imbalance in the bacteria that ordinarily inhabit the vagina. Although BV is not regarded to be a STI, it can raise the chance of getting one and may be related to sexual activity. Here is a description of bacterial vaginosis, along with information on its causes, signs, and remedies:
Although the precise reason for BV is not yet entirely known, it is linked to a disruption in the normal balance of the bacteria that naturally exist in the vagina.
Many BV-affected women may not have any symptoms, but when they do, they frequently include the following:
Antibiotics are frequently used to treat bacterial vaginosis. Oral antibiotics (such metronidazole or clindamycin) and topical antibiotic creams and gels are common therapeutic choices. Even if your symptoms become better, you must finish the entire antibiotic course to guarantee that the infection is entirely gone.