Can u pass Bacterial Vaginosis to your partner?

AND I DO NOT WANT NO ANSWERS FOR PEOLE THAT SAY ON YA OF COURSE U CAN AN U DONT REALLY NO!!!

Please be from someone that has it or give me infromation that say it.
My male partner!

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5 Responses to Can u pass Bacterial Vaginosis to your partner?

  1. PiccoloPete19 says:

    Yes, read the name of the diease. read a book

  2. Livingstrong says:

    Yes, Bacterial Vaginosis can be passed to one's partner through intercourse.

  3. iluvtorofl says:

    Well, I have never had it, but yes you can. It is simply a bacteria, so it can be spread by contact. I "think" it causes a hair follicle infection type problem in many people as well as swelling in the vaginal area.

  4. Nicole Y says:

    well if your partner is a woman, then yes.

  5. Suzita66 says:

    Yes, you can pass bacterial vaginosis to your partner. It is just like you can pass a yeast infection back and forth. Both people need to be treated for it to be completely eliminated. I have had the misfortune of having it and getting treated and then sleeping with my boyfriend again and getting again. So after speaking to my doctor about it, he explained that both people need to be treated at the same time, abstain from sex while being treated, and then all will be well. He told me also that, as it is with most infections, guys usually don't have symptoms. Good luck.

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