The greatest risk factors for BV are having a new sex partner or having multiple sex partners. However, treating pregnant women who test positive for BV but who don't have symptoms asymptomatic is controversial. Symptoms may include discharge, odor, itching or irritation, but often there are no symptoms. Consequently, researchers are looking at natural ways to supplement the "good" bacteria needed to protect the genital tract from infection, and thereby reduce recurrences. For information and support on coping with Bacterial Vaginosis, please see the recommended organizations and Spanish-language resources listed below. BV is simpler to remember, but there is nothing simple about this condition, and it is not harmless, as was once believed. Review the following Questions to Ask about bacterial vaginosis BV so you're prepared to discuss this important health issue with your health care professional. Over-the-counter treatments available for some vaginal infections Candidiasis, or "yeast" infections are NOT effective for BV. While the reasons for recurrent BV are not well understood, long-term maintenance treatment may be recommended for women with frequent recurrences of BV.
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