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Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is an overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina. It is the most common cause of abnormal vaginal discharge in women of childbearing age. It is not considered a sexually transmitted disease (STD), and it can be treated with antibiotics. The sooner you seek out online treatment for bacterial vaginosis, the sooner the symptoms will subside.
Women who do have bacterial vaginosis symptoms commonly experience a foul-smelling "fishy" vaginal discharge that is thin and watery, with a white, gray, or green coloration. Women with BV may also feel vaginal itching, irritation of the vulva, burning when urinating, or painful intercourse. BV is sometimes confused with a yeast infection, which is a distinct condition that requires a different course of treatment.
Bacterial vaginosis can be easily treated with antibiotics (pills, cream, or gel), and it should clear up quickly. Antibiotics used to treat BV include metronidazole and clindamycin. BV should be treated as soon as possible since it can increase your risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted infection, such as gonorrhea, herpes, or HIV. It is also associated with a higher risk of miscarriage and other pregnancy complications, as well as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Don’t wait to schedule your virtual consultation with an online doctor and start treatment.
Thin, watery vaginal discharge with odor
Pain during sex
Burning sensation during urination
Symptoms are more noticeable after sexual intercourse and during menses
Thankfully, treating bacterial vaginosis doesn’t have to be scary or overwhelming. In most cases, it can be treated with antibiotics (pills, cream, or gel)
It may reoccur within 3-12 months, so additional treatments may be needed.