Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is one of the most common vaginal infections experienced by women. Even though symptoms are often similar to that of a yeast infection, they are both very different.
I had my mirena put in October 2008. I was one of the UN lucky ones with terrible side effects. I suffered three and a half years with a pain in my left ovary that would shoot strait down my leg and groin. I did not know what was going on with me.. I’m talking the kind of pain where your doubled over and can not breathe.. tears rolling down your face. Well my problem was ovarian cysts. I suffered years with that pain. Years taken from me. Along with that was weight gain, hair loss.. :'( no sex drive. Depression and anxiety. Well I had it removed on monday… Thank god. I spotted up until yesterday. No big deal. I’m not looking forward to a period.. lol. But ill take it over that pain any day! I have been feeling down and anxious.
Do one thing please. You need to opt for the competent and qualitative tampon which will have to be dipped into yogurt. It will perform excellently to bring back the pH level to normalcy in your body and you will get chance to remove the bad fishy odor of your infected vagina. You must make proper utilization of this yogurt for the betterment of your vagina. Take nutritious food and vitamin supplements to revitalize yourself. Especially, Vitamin C is required to reduce the severity of the vaginal fishy odor. Take good Vitamin C supplements. You can collect it from different sources of fresh green vegetables and fruits.
In January, without any knowledge of what I was going through, a co-worker of mine told me that her daughter had just had the Mirena removed because she suddenly began experiencing anxiety and depression. I was shocked and considered that it may be my problem too, although I had become accustomed to the idea that stress caused my problems. I read up on what other women were experiencing and made an appointment with my GYN to have it removed. Of course my appointment was not scheduled until April.
Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic that is used specifically in the treatment of bacterial urinary tract infections. The drug is available in a microcrystalline form and a macrocrystalline form (macro). The macrocrystalline form is more slowly absorbed and better tolerated by many patients. However, some UTIs are shown to be caused by candida yeasts and not bacteria. It is important to get a correct diagnosis since treating an infection with the wrong drug could actually make the condition worse.