i have been taking flagyl for 5 days. should my bacterial vaginosis be improving by now?

i started taking flagyl on Sunday May 10 for bacterial vaginosis. As of today, Thursday May 14, there is still no improvement. Is that normal?

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One Response to i have been taking flagyl for 5 days. should my bacterial vaginosis be improving by now?

  1. Victoria says:

    You would normally expect to see an improvement in your symptoms within 3 days.
    You haven't mentioned if you have had bv before. If you have and you have taken Flagyl before, it is very common for the body to become resistant to antibiotics and need higher and higher doses to eliminate the problem (or a change of the type given). Unfortunately, over 40% of women who take antibiotics for BV have a repeat infection within a couple of months, as antibiotics kill off all bacteria (both good and bad) and so as soon as bacteria naturally begins to repopulate the vagina, when the antibiotics are finished, the natural balance has already being destroyed and the whole cycle starts again.
    You could try replenishing the healthy bacteria (Lactobacillus) by eating probiotic yogurt daily. Some women even say it has helped them to dip a tampon in the yogurt and insert it into the vagina for a couple of hours. You could also try adding a couple of cups of cider vinegar into a warm bath as this can help neutralise the alkaline conditions in the vagina which are caused by BV. Another tip is to add a few drops of tea tree oil to your bath.
    If the pain and itching is bad, apply an ice pack (wrapped in a clean flannel) in the vagina-at least this will soothe it.

    I have written numerous articles about BV and I know many women have found relief by using natural treatments-take a look at the site below which recommends 3 comprehensive treatments-and Good Luck-Hope you are free of it soon.

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