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Metronidazole is the current FDA recommended treatment option for BV, or bacterial vaginosis. The medication is taken twice per day for seven days.

  • What are the Common Side Effects? :Common side effects include nausea, vomiting, and abdominal cramping. You may notice a transient darkening of your urine. Allergic reactions with Metronidazole are rare but may include a rash, itching, or flushing. Rare but serious side effects include seizure, confusion, dizziness, and other neurological symptoms. These more serious side effects are very rare at the dose recommended. If you start to experience side effects, please discontinue the medication and contact us or your doctor right away.

Drinking alcohol while on this medication may cause symptoms such as flushing, heart palpitations, fast heartbeat, nausea and vomiting. Alcohol use should be avoided while on this medication.

BV occurs when there is a shift in pH and a shift in the normal bacteria in the vagina. This can cause a change in your vaginal discharge. Women normally have a small amount of vaginal discharge. Women with BV often present with a thin watery grey or off-white discharge with a fishy odor and increased amount of discharge.

BV is technically not a sexually transmitted infection (STI). BV however is associated with sexual intercourse. Women who have frequent sexual intercourse, with multiple partners are at an increased risk for BV. Women who have sex with a condom are less likely to contract BV. Women who have sex with women are more likely to contract BV.

If you are experiencing painful urination, vaginal redness and/or swelling, itching, or burning we suggest you see a doctor for an examination. If you have a new partner, or multiple partners we suggest you see your doctor for STD screening. Women who have BV are at in increased risk of contracting an STD from their partner.

If your partner is a man, he does not need to be treated but if your partner is a woman you should discuss symptoms and treatment options with them.

You can try and prevent BV infection by avoiding douching, reducing or stopping smoking, and using condoms with sexual intercourse.

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