Bacterial Vaginosis

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a common infection of the vagina. It's harmless and easily treated. It isn't a sexually transmitted infection

What are the symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis?

Approximately fifty per cent of women are asymptomatic but the most common symptom is a fishy smelling discharge.

If itching, soreness or irritation is present then this is unlikely to be BV.

Is there a test for BV?

There is a test which can help to decide if you have BV. This test is called Canestest.

How do I Treat BV?

Canesten have a product, Canesbalance, which reduces the ph of the vagina to help restore the bacterial micro flora back to normal. 

When Should I go to the doctors?

If you are pregnant or going through the menopause then further investigations may be needed. 

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