can ciprofloxacin be used to treat bacterial vaginosis?

i just developed a UTI and was prescribed cipro. i just started taking it today and now i feel that i have also developed BV. will the cipro knock out both?

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One Response to can ciprofloxacin be used to treat bacterial vaginosis?

  1. sal1970 says:

    cipro is not one of the recommended treatments for bacterial vaginosis. the CDC recommends
    metronidazole or clindamycin. are you sure you don’t have a yeast infection? do you have
    a white , odorless, cottage cheese like discharge? if yes, you it’s probably yeas which can be
    treated with over the counter vaginal creams such as clotrimazole or miconazole. if not, you should be checked by your doctor. BV would require metrogel vaginal cream, clindamycin vag. cream or oral metronidazole.

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