Bacterial vaginosis is diagnosed only in women. This embarassing problem can be treated with success using proper antibiotic therapy.
Vaginosis or bacterial vaginosis is a relatively frequent medical problem affecting many women. In case of this disease it is difficult to point out an unambiguous cause, as the main cause of the disease is imbalance of the vaginal biocenosis vaginal bacteria. Associating bacterial vaginosis with STDs is not completely correct, because this disease may also affect women who do not have sexual intercourses. However, it is true that bacterial vaginosis is more often found in sexually active women. Unfortunately, an untreated condition can lead to infection of the uterus. For that reason it is important to seek medical attention in case of any suspicious symptoms, as a physician can propose the treatment targeted at the cause of the infection.
Our website contains available medications which help maintain correct balance of the bacterial flora in the uterus. The treatment is usually conducted using a verified medication called Metronidazole – a dosage of 400 mg. The antibiotic has to be taken two times per day over a course of one week. In special cases, a physician may prescribe a one-time dosage of 2000 mg which would mean taking five pills at one time. To order Metronidazole online using our website, you have to fill out a special medical consultation on-line form which will help our doctor to pick a correct dosage of the medication.
Metronidazole is an antibiotic of a broad spectrum of operation, with a clinically-proved efficience in treating bacterial vaginosis. Metronidazole is also used in treatment of infections caused by protozoans: Entamoeba histolytica, Trichomonas vaginalis and Giardia lamblia.
What are the causes of bacterial vaginosis?
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most common cause of the vaginal inflammation and comprises almost 50% of all cases. Bacterial vaginosis is caused by bacterial imbalance of the vaginal flora which leads to development of Gramm-variable bacteria Gardnerella vaginalis.
The infection can also be caused by use of scented soaps or even excessive hygiene, as these are the factors that contribute to bacterial flora’s imbalance.
Other contributing factors:
- use of intrauterine devices
- use of vibrators and lubricants
- frequent changes of sexual partners
Bacterial vaginosis does not have its counterpart in men.
What are the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis?
The majority of women have difficulties recognizing BV in their bodies, because this disease does not cause typical symptoms present in the majority of different STDs. It is because the infection progresses inside genitals, mainly on the vaginal wall. Some alarming, but rare symptoms described by women include vaginal discharges of poor, fish-like smell. Emmenic blood (blood discharged during a period) can also have different content and altered smell.
What are the risks of untreated bacterial vaginosis?
Early diagnosed and treated BV is quite easy to cure and does not lead to long-term medical issues. Some complications may occur if the disease is not treated properly. In such cases there is a high probability of development of some other STDs, because immune properties of the organism are severely strained. Untreated BV may also lead to complications during pregnancy.
Is it possible to buy medicines used for treatment of bacterial vaginosis on the Internet?
The pills used for treating BV can be bought on the Internet, using our website. The ordering process is very simple and completely confidential. The drugs are sold only by means of prescription and because of that it is necessary to fill out a medical interview form during the ordering process. The form is then a base for prescribing the medication. A physician will be able to analyse the information from the form to diagnose a disease and then pick a treatment course which would ensure patient’s safety. The ordering process is very simple and fully confidential. Ready prescriptions are delivered by a courier to a specified address within 24-48 hours.