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Bacterial Vaginosis

Symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis

Bacterial vaginosis comes with a set of primary and secondary symptoms. Beware, these symptoms are telling and might be extremely unwise to ignore.

The primary symptoms of bacterial vaginosis are:

  • A vaginal discharge. This can be green or yellow in color - or might even be gray. At times it is seen to be white.
  • The odor of this discharge is often fishy. This is the biggest symptom of all - if you see this you do have bacterial vaginosis for sure and need treatment.
  • Increased vaginal discharge, with the same fishy smell, after sexual intercourse.

The secondary symptoms of bacterial vaginosis are:

  • Vaginal itch
  • Swollen vagina
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Painful urination
  • Burning feeling inside the vagina
  • Vaginal irritation

Any one or two of these primary symptoms (and in particular the fishy odor symptom) and two to three of these secondary symptoms make sure you have bacterial vaginosis and need treatment.

Can BV cause long term problems?

Yes. Definitely. The bacteria may effect the womb moving up from the vagina. This may further propagate into the falopian tube. That would lead to pelvic inflammatory diseases and can translate to infertility. It may cause premature labor and late miscarriage too.

Also, there are other practical problems that root into BV. The fishy odor and the fact that you can feel the odor down there is a horrible feeling. It is depressing and it lets the self esteem down. It affects your sexual life too - BV is painful and you also may not want your partner to find you smelly down there.

Clearly, it is critical to get rid of Bacterial Vaginosis permanently.

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