bacterial vaginosis while pregnant!!!?


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I recently found out i was pregnant 2 days ago. Im worried because i had bacterial vaginosis 1 month before i got pregnant and left it untreated. Im very worried about my baby i don't want to miscarriage)= my dr appointment isn't until another month and a half, so i cant ask the dr, does anybody know anything i can do to get it treated??? thanks!!

7 Replies to “bacterial vaginosis while pregnant!!!?”

  1. You can call the office and ask them what you should do. You may have to come in sooner or they'll prescribe or recommend a product that can help you out.

  2. Although BV will sometimes clear up without treatment, all women with symptoms of BV should be treated to avoid complications. Male partners generally do not need to be treated. However, BV may spread between female sex partners.

    Treatment is especially important for pregnant women. All pregnant women who have ever had a premature delivery or low birth weight baby should be considered for a BV examination, regardless of symptoms, and should be treated if they have BV. All pregnant women who have symptoms of BV should be checked and treated.

    Some physicians recommend that all women undergoing a hysterectomy or abortion be treated for BV prior to the procedure, regardless of symptoms, to reduce their risk of developing an infection.

    BV is treatable with antibiotics prescribed by a health care provider. Two different antibiotics are recommended as treatment for BV: metronidazole or clindamycin. Either can be used with non-pregnant or pregnant women, but the recommended dosages differ. Women with BV who are HIV-positive should receive the same treatment as those who are HIV-negative.

    BV can recur after treatment.

  3. You should go to your local GP and get antibiotics to treat your condition (BV that is not the pregnancy, lol).

    BV can be linked to preterm labour (going into labour before you are full term) and in some instances, miscarriage. But it is treatable while you are pregnant with antibiotics and usually clears it up within 3 months of commencing the treatment (which is not harmful to the foetus incidentally). But many have completely normal pregnancies.

    If you have or have had BV this increases your chances of contracting STD's (sexually transmitted diseases) and if you smoke, this increases your chances of getting BV to start with, so stop smoking.

    Also dont douche to try and get rid of it. In fact, you should not douche at all during pregnancy because this can cause an air pocket to shoot up inside the vagina and pierce the amiotic fluid sac (which is what the baby floats in and breathes through).

    Go and see your local GP and then remember to tell your gyno when you go for your appointment.

  4. Well i went into the doctor today because i woke up this morning with some pretty intense contractions. They lasted about a hour, and a half. I watched, and they did go away, but i continued to be crampy most of the morning. I called my doctor, and she told me to come in. I told her about the smelly, yellow discharge i had, and they tested me for bacterial vaginosis. Well it turns out that’s what i have. Long story short, i have been reading about it on the net, and it says it’s a STD? I know I haven’t been with anyone but my husband, and i’m pretty sure he hasn’t either. Is it a STD? Has anyone delt with this before? I also read that it can cause pre mature labour. Just confused about it. Never had it before, and it seems kinda risky during pregnancy.. I’m also 32 weeks.
    Well they gave me some meds for it. I take 2 a day for a week. So i’m getting it taken care of. Just confused on why it’s a STD cause i haven’t had more than one partner in over 3 years, and can count on my hand how many times i’ve had sex during my pregnancy. LOL haven’t had a sex drive

  5. BV is not always sexual transmitted I had it too and i have not been having sex im 26 weeks now i had it a 22 weeks and thats the frist thing that doctors say that it is sexual transmitted but when i told them i have not been having sex since i found out i was pregnant then they told me that it can also be caused be to much vaginal bacteria, Your vagina makes natural bacteria and sometimes that when you are pregnant it builds up more than usual and it becomes infected so you get BV but its cool as long as you get it treated with in a good amount of time then everything will be ok but it can cause your cervix to soften and start to open early causing early but if i were you i would head to the emergancy room now so that you can get that tooken care of ASAP. Well i hope this helps you, Good Luck!

  6. From what I understand it’s a type of yeast infection. While it’s classified as a STD, it’s not necessarily sexually transmitted. I read that it can be caused sometimes by wiping incorrectly when going to the bathroom. There’s supposed to be some prescribed cream you can use to clear up the infection, but I’m not sure if it’s safe during pregnancy.

    Okay, I’m adding this information because I’ve been reading about this.

    It’s NOT an STD as in sexually transmitted disease. It’s a sexually transmitted infection. While they sound the same, the two are very different. BV is NOT passed on through sex, making it different from normal STD’s. However, it can occur because of sex. Just something about having sex can cause it to occur because of some imbalance of vaginal bacteria.

  7. I am 26 and 16 weeks pregnant. Before I was pregnant, I got reoccurrent BV infections. The doctor would give medication and it would go away then come back. Finally my doctor was like BV is not usually transmitted between partners, but lets treat your husband and see what happens. We both took the week of meds and it cleared up. It’s been almost a year since that happened. Now that I am pregnant, I am really cautious about my discharge and am constantly worried that it will come back. I’m starting to think I’m getting it again. I would not worry about your husband. I have a wonderful faithful husband and we’ve been together since high school. I don’t think it’s sexually transmitted in the since that you or your husband picked it up from someone else. I just think it can be passed between the two of you. My doctor also told me that guys are not usually carriers because they urninate out of the same hole, however, it’s not a for sure thing either.

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