If you are trying to get pregnant, there are several things you should know. One of them is bacterial vaginosis symptoms, which are called BV symptoms, for short.
Refraining from douching (washing out the vagina), wearing cotton underwear or none, decreasing hot baths, always cleaning from front to back (and the area in between), refraining from tight clothes such as skinny jeans, changing condoms if you practice anal and vaginal sex or develop itching or a rash after using a condom, using water only and if you have to, non scented, hypoallergenic, pH-balanced washes and changing cloth washing products should you suspect a skin reaction can help in preventing not only the symptoms of itch but other infections.
Most of the symptoms of stomach infection usually resolve themselves on their own, within a few days. However, sometimes the symptoms persists for more than a few days. The biggest concern with stomach infections is that, due to diarrhea and vomiting, there can be fluid loss which will in turn lead to dehydration. Treatment for bacterial stomach infections include.
There are lots of very effective home bacterial vaginosis treatments which can rid you of the condition quickly. Use a more natural treatment rather than using medications. Lots of medications contain chemicals which can be harmful to the tender area of the vagina. Some women find there condition gets worse through the use of certain medications. Try to stay away from these treatments.
The real concern are the many who battle with unwanted vaginal odor without an infection. Almost on a daily basis and no matter what treatments they have tried, it always comes back, always. This can be extremely heartbreaking and embarrassing as no matter how often creams and gels are used or how many times the area is cleansed the odor remains. One more trip to the doctor and you are given the same medications again and once again all the cultures and tests are negative, but the problem is still there.