Asked By: Gerld Collins Date: created: Jun 07 2021

Can my boyfriend keep giving me BV

Answered By: Jesse Simmons Date: created: Jun 08 2021

There’s no way for men to get BV.

However, experts aren’t as sure about whether men can spread BV to female partners.

Women can develop BV regardless of whether they’re sexually active.

But sexually active women do have a higher risk of developing bacterial vaginosis..

Asked By: Brian Ward Date: created: May 05 2022

Can sperm cause BV

Answered By: Nathan Rivera Date: created: May 07 2022

The interaction between semen and vaginal discharge can increase your risk of getting BV. Keep it natural. Avoid douching or using scented products on your vulva or in your vagina. These can throw off your vaginal pH, making you more vulnerable to BV.

Asked By: Steven Henderson Date: created: Apr 29 2022

What does it mean when you keep getting BV

Answered By: Geoffrey Coleman Date: created: May 02 2022

BV is linked to an imbalance of “good” and “harmful” bacteria that are normally found in a woman’s vagina. Having a new sex partner or multiple sex partners, as well as douching, can upset the balance of bacteria in the vagina. This places a woman at increased risk for getting BV.

Asked By: Fred Perry Date: created: Jun 01 2021

What causes frequent BV infections

Answered By: Howard Hayes Date: created: Jun 03 2021

Bacterial vaginosis also occurs more frequently in women who have sex with women. Douching. The practice of rinsing out your vagina with water or a cleansing agent (douching) upsets the natural balance of your vagina. This can lead to an overgrowth of anaerobic bacteria, and cause bacterial vaginosis.

Asked By: Jeremiah Rodriguez Date: created: Aug 13 2022

Will my BV ever go away

Answered By: Steven Wood Date: created: Aug 14 2022

Bacterial vaginosis often clears up on its own. But in some women it doesn’t go away on its own. And for many women it comes back after it has cleared up. Antibiotic treatment works for some women but not others.

Asked By: Connor Morris Date: created: Aug 18 2021

Why do I keep getting BV with the same partner

Answered By: Miles Hernandez Date: created: Aug 20 2021

Having multiple sex partners increases the risk of bacterial vaginosis — an imbalance of vaginal bacteria that can cause pain and itching in women — but a new study suggests that being faithful to one partner may cause the infection to recur.

Asked By: Oliver Thomas Date: created: Nov 30 2021

Has anyone had a miscarriage due to BV

Answered By: Herbert Perez Date: created: Dec 01 2021

A total of 121 women miscarried before their sixteenth week of pregnancy. No significant association was seen between bacterial vaginosis infection and miscarriage during the first trimester, but infection was associated with a 3.5-fold increase in miscarriage risk during weeks 13-15.

Asked By: Christian Edwards Date: created: Sep 16 2021

How can I stop recurring BV

Answered By: Herbert King Date: created: Sep 17 2021

How Can Recurrent Bacterial Vaginosis Be Prevented?Limit the number of sex partners.Avoid douching.Use all of the medication prescribed for treatment of bacterial vaginosis, even after the signs and symptoms are gone.

Asked By: Hayden Edwards Date: created: Apr 20 2022

Can BV turn into chlamydia

Answered By: Zachary Long Date: created: Apr 20 2022

Conclusions: Among U.S. Army women, antecedent BV is associated with an increased risk of subsequent chlamydia and gonorrhea infection.

Asked By: Norman Lewis Date: created: Jun 21 2022

What is the best probiotic for BV

Answered By: Jonathan Turner Date: created: Jun 23 2022

Lactobacillus acidophilus is the most-researched strain of probiotic when it comes to establishing and maintaining a healthy vaginal balance. Two other important strains include lactobacillus rhamnosus and lactobacillus reuteri.

Asked By: Wallace Hall Date: created: May 30 2022

Is BV a sign of cheating

Answered By: Douglas Harris Date: created: Jun 01 2022

Although much more research is needed into BV, the infection is most definitely not a clear-cut sign of cheating. So if you or a partner do experience it, try not to blame yourself or others. The cause may have nothing to do with your sex life.

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