Bacterial vaginosis is a peculiar medical condition that could affect women at some time or the other in their lives and usually occurs when the normal amount of bacteria in the vagina is increased and then causes certain symptoms like abnormal gray, white or yellow discharge from the vagina accompanied by an unpleasant odor. There could be other prominent symptoms like redness, itching and inflammation of the vagina region that could closely resemble sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and trichomoniasis. Bacterial vaginosis that proves very dangerous in pregnant women can be only diagnosed correctly with the examination of the vaginal discharge under a microscope. Many factors like multiple sexual partners, smoking tobacco and vaginal douching could contribute to the diagnoses of bacterial vaginosis, with natural cures for bacterial vaginosis available easily.
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After reading eveyones comments I’m not as nervous to have my IUD removed on Feb 1st. This forum helped me feel at ease knowing the possible symptoms of IUD removal. Going to be trying for baby #2 hopefully it wont take years as i am 27. I have had it for 4 years, never had any bleeding, only minor cramps, no weight gain, no acne. I feel lucky after reading the comments you ladies have posted about your side effects having the IUD. I hope knowing what to expect afterwards I’ll be able to stay sane. I’ll post back after Feb.1st and let ya’ll know how it goes.
There are various bacterial vaginosis natural cures you can try which can help your body to overcome this condition. One excellent remedy is natural yogurt. Live, natural yogurt contains Lactobacillus, the beneficial bacteria which we need in the vagina. Either by eating the yogurt, or by soaking a tampon in it to insert into the vagina for a couple of hours, we can help build up the levels which will help maintain control.
Pelvic actinomycosis affects the women’s pelvic area and may cause lower abdominal pain, fever, and bleeding between menstrual periods. This form of the infection has been associated with the use of IUDs (intra-uterine devices) that do not contain copper. Treatment for actinomycosis is long term, generally with up to one month of intravenous penicillin G, followed by weeks to months of penicillin taken by mouth. Additionally, surgical excision and drainage of abscesses may be necessary.