What are symptoms of bacterial vaginosis? Well, there are several of them. Before you can understand the symptoms of BV, however, it’s important to look at how and where BV begins.
Most commonly, metronidazole is prescribed in a cream form that you insert vaginally once or twice a day for a certain number of days. It’s similar to how you would use Monistat – but do not use Monistat for this, it’s a completely different medicine and will not work. Sometimes it’s prescribed in pill form – but if you are experiencing pain or itching you may want to request the cream.
Metronidazole does not distinguish between good bacteria and bad bacteria. When treating BV, the gel often kills both kinds of bacteria. The problem is that the good bacteria in the vaginal area regulates against other problems occurring. A common side effect of using metronidazole is a yeast infection. This is why the gel should not be used to treat a yeast infection, because it may just exacerbate the problem. Metronidazole treats bacteria, not fungus.
Peptic ulcer is the common term for the ulcers in the duodenum, stomach, Meckel’s Diverticulum, and esophagus. The acids in the stomach erode the mucous membrane coating of the gastrointestinal tract that result in a gradual disintegration of the tissue. Although generally a peptic ulcer is small in size, it can create a substantial amount of discomfort.
The bacterium Mycoplasma pneumoniae is responsible for causing this disease. Protracted bacterial bronchitis is caused by bacteria Streptococcus pneumoniae or Non-typable Haemophilus influenzae. If common cold or influenza (flu) are left untreated, they can lead to chronic bronchitis. Similarly, if a person is suffering from GERD or any other respiratory illness, there is an increased risk of contracting bronchitis. Secondly, people with a weak immunity are at a higher risk of suffering from respiratory diseases. Constant exposure to air pollution, industrial smoke, cigarette smoke, etc., can also cause bacterial bronchitis in people. On the other hand, if a person constantly has allergy attacks, he is more susceptible to it.