Posted in Flagyl on March 20, 2015


Anonymous My discharge/vagina smells fishy? And it itches a mite as well. Could there be a point to be solved?

A fishy smell could be a two of things which can be anything from a natural infection to a STD.

A “fishy” smell, which is usually worse after sex, is a telltale sign of BV (bacterial vaginosis). BV is NOT a STD, excepting simply an imbalance of the “good” bacteria and the “bad” bacteria that are both naturally found in the vagina. BV is easily treated and cured by antibiotics. Metronidazole (brand name is Flagyl) is usually prescribed. BV is the MOST customary infection in women of childbearing date.

Trichomoniasis, which IS a STD besides has a very foul smell and can cause a frothy, yellow-green vaginal discharge.

Also, douching is VERY vile. Please do NOT do this. The legitimate acidity of the vagina keeps the purport of bacteria down and douching be possible to change this delicate balance. This may esteem a woman more prone to vaginal infections. Plus, douching be able to spread existing vaginal infections up into the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries.

Whatever it is, it sounds like you need to see the doctor and have it treated. A doctor can suitably diagnose you and offer/provide handling

Hope this helps!
-sam

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