Posted 2 years ago2 users are following. Long story short, I have had vaginal issues for almost 2 months now. I was diagnosed with BV and I was put on flagyl mg twice a day for 7 days.
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Come down and see why we had more than 30, client visits last year in Victoria. Bacterial vaginosis BV is a condition where the normal balance of bacteria in the vagina is disrupted, resulting in an overgrowth of certain bacteria. It is not a sexually transmitted infectionbut can be associated with sexual activity.
I am a 16 year old female who gets bacterial vaginosis infections repetitively. I never had any such infection prior to beginning to masturbate [thanks to you! I have never had these problems with previous sexual partners.
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Bacterial vaginosis BV is the most common vaginal infections in women of reproductive age and one of the most misunderstood. While it is not considered a sexually transmitted disease STDBV is associated with the same risk factors as chlamydiagonorrhea, and trichomoniasis. In fact, scientists aren't even entirely sure which mechanisms give rise to BV or why some women are prone to the infection and others aren't.
Bacterial vaginosis BV has been most consistently linked to sexual behaviour, and the epidemiological profile of BV mirrors that of established sexually transmitted infections STIs. It remains a matter of debate however whether BV pathogenesis does actually involve sexual transmission of pathogenic micro-organisms from men to women. We therefore made a critical appraisal of the literature on BV in relation to sexual behaviour.