Wednesday, July 4

Fishy Vaginal Odor/Bacterial Vaginosis:

- Fishy vaginal odor is usually caused from inflammation of the vaginal area. This is almost always a result of infection in or around the vagina.
The most common infection that causes this fishy vaginal odor is bacterial vaginosis.

Does this sound like you?
  • Musty or fishy odor
  • Vaginal itching and irritation
  • Vaginal odor is stronger after sex
  •  White or gray vaginal discharge, often excessive

Many people will tell you, the only way to get rid of the odor and discharge caused by BV is with antibiotics. We all know what antibiotics are going to do... cause a yeast infection. So why not try a natural Product that is guaranteed to work and causes no other health problems.
What is bacterial vaginosis?
Bacterial vaginosis is an abnormal vaginal condition that is most often recognized by a fishy vaginal discharge. This is as a result from an overgrowth of normal bacteria in the vagina. You may have heard of Gardner Ella vaginitis. This is what this condition used to be called. It was named after the bacterium that was thought to cause the condition.
ΓΌ New research found that there are several different species of bacteria that live naturally in the vaginal area. Gardner Ella is not the only bacteria causing all the odor.     
The name of this condition has been
changed to bacteria vaginosis to reflect these new findings.
When all the different species of bacteria become imbalanced, you will notice a vaginal discharge that is associated with a fishy odor.
Bacterial vaginosis is not an STD. It is not passed by sex. It is very embarrassing and disturbing and it is very dangerous as it lead to have a very disturbing sex life and even loss of partner and acquaintances if not treated early. If you notice an unusual discharge, you should have it checked so you can rule out Chlamydia and gonorrhea which are serious infections.

Symptoms of bacterial vaginosis?
The symptoms of bacterial vaginosis are a foul, fishy odor and a grayish white discharge. The amount of the discharge varies so there is no amount that is considered "normal". There are no other symptoms. Some women with bacterial vaginosis will experience no symptoms at all.

 If you have a vaginal discharge that is abnormal for you, it is a good idea to;

  • What causes bacterial vaginosis?
  •  How bacterial vaginosis is diagnosed?
  • How do you treat bacterial vaginosis?
  • Are there complications of bacterial vaginosis?
Note: If you are pregnant, bacterial vaginosis can cause premature labor, premature birth, infection of the amniotic fluid, and infection of the uterus.
To learn more about this and other vaginal problems e.g. how to tighten the vagina for a better sex life, how to restore your hymen etc., click here