Can bacterial vaginosis spread to a male?

I just had BV.. and took my medication for it.. my boyfriend and I are very sexually active. He has about 4 cold sore things in his mouth.. and he did eat me out, (when we didnt know i had it ).. my question is can the cold sores be from my BV? and should he be tested for it.. can he even get it? thankss

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3 Responses to Can bacterial vaginosis spread to a male?

  1. Kolleen C says:

    Yes he can get this. I thought I had this once, and called Planned Parenthood about it,and they said that men can get a male version of it.

  2. Nurse Annie says:

    Bacterial vaginosis occurs when there is an overgrowth of certain bacteria that live in the body. It is not sexually transmitted, so you cannot give it to your partner. As far as cold sores are concerned, these are usually a type of oral herpes and it can be transmitted from person to person. You can read more about BV here
    http://www.cdc.gov/std/BV/STDFact-Bacterial-Vaginosis.htm

  3. Mary L says:

    YES
    BV is not completely understood by scientists, and the best ways to prevent it are unknown. However, it is known that BV is associated with having a new sex partner or having multiple sex partners. It is seldom found in women who have never had intercourse.
    The following basic prevention steps can help reduce the risk of upsetting the natural balance in the vagina and developing BV:
    Limit the number of sex partners.
    Do not douche.
    Use all of the medicine prescribed for treatment of BV, even if the signs and symptoms go away.
    http://www.foamix.co.il/Vaginosis.html

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