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Bacterial Vaginosis Info by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 31 Mar 2009 11:19pm Vaginal odor is usually caused by inflammation of the vaginal area. It is almost always the result of an infection in or around the vagina. Most often, infection with the origin of the smell of fish is bacterial vaginal vaginosis. What is bacterial vaginosis? Bacterial vaginosis is an abnormal vaginal condition that is most often recognized ... Read on »
Home Remedies For Bacterial Vaginosis by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Mar 2009 3:20pm Good home remedies for bacterial vaginosis are an easy, quick and economical way to treat this unpleasant condition which can make a sufferer’s life a misery! Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause of foul-smelling vaginal discharge. The symptoms can be mild and occasionally clear up by themselves. More often than not though, the conditi ... Read on »
Bacterial Vaginosis During Menopause by Lynette Sheppard Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 17 Jul 2012 12:49pm Oyster Plant © lynette sheppard This week’s guest post also focuses on vaginal health. Written by Patrick Ross, this offering addresses an uncomfortable difficulty that can arise during Menopause. Bacterial Vaginosis During Menopause The menopause is a difficult time for a woman. Contracting an embarrassing intimate condit ... Read on »
How To Get Rid Of Vaginal Odor - Tips To Stop Bacterial Vaginosis by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 14 Mar 2009 3:18pm If you need to know how to get rid of vaginal odor then you have come to the right place! Did you realize that this is an extremely common condition, with millions of women affected at any one time. Unpleasant vaginal odor is causes by an overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina and is commonly called Bacterial Vaginosis. Experts think that there ... Read on »
Natural Bacterial Vaginosis Treatments - Cure BV Without Antibiotics by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 29 Mar 2009 3:19pm 1 Comment Natural bacterial vaginosis treatments are a worthwhile option to consider if you have the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis. Clare, who is now 24, suffered from repeated episodes of BV and was at the end of her tether. You can read her story below. Clare, 24, had three attacks of BV, each were just a few weeks apart and she just didn’t know ... Read on »
STD Awarness Month: Bacterial Vaginosis, For the Ladies by Dina S. Posted Thu 28 Apr 2011 1:44pm by Gina Colonette, sexual health blogger As STD Awareness Month comes to a close, I have one more  nasty STD to give you the dish on–and ladies, this one affects you! The vagina has good bacteria and bad bacteria. This one is the kind you don’t want: Bacterial vaginosis. You may have heard before that the vagina is filled with b ... Read on »
Bacterial Vaginosis treatment by Ben L. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:01pm 1 Comment Bacterial Vaginosis Is Vitanica okay to use if there is no yeast infection, but rather just a lot of burning and itching? Answer: Hi there - You may have Bacterial Vaginosis. This is a very common condition and may be helped with Yeast Arrest, an oral probiotic and HLC CandaClear. HLC Candaclear by Pharmax is an effective product ... Read on »
Bacterial Vaginosis is amongst the most common and least understood diseases by winter1101 Posted Thu 04 Jul 2013 2:08pm Diagnose Chlamydia. Use condoms to prevent catching or spreading sexually transmitted diseases. For excessive vaginal discharge whilst your doctor want care, he or she will do a couple of test like cultures of the cervix, examine your discharge below the microscope, and pap smear. The prescription depends on your issue. Your doctor could be ... Read on »
Bacterial Vaginosis is probably the most popular and least understood female disease by winter1101 Posted Wed 25 Jun 2014 1:50pm What are the Complications of Bacterial Vaginosis? Clean your reproductive organs and douche. The substances in douches may irritate your vagina and modify the regular balance of germs as part of your vagina. Douching may spread illness into your uterus, increasing your chance getting pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). PID is infection on the ... Read on »
A GI Bleed Monday... by Erica P. Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:33am ...or something like that. A normal shift at work, save for the fact that about 75% of my patients were shitting blood. When I'm assigned to trauma, which is my favorite assignment, I like to have actual traumas. I'm talking ugly car wrecks, gunshot wounds, falls from three stories, stabbings, the TV stuff. Not old people pooping blood. Whic ... Read on »