Friday, September 11, 2009

Fishy Vaginal Odor | Bacterial Vaginosis Part 2

Sponsored by: Bacterial Vaginosis Breakthrough

Are there complications of bacterial vaginosis?

Once bacterial vaginosis is treated, the problem is usually over. No special follow-up is necessary if the symptoms disappear. The infection is not transmitted sexually so sexual partners need not be treated.

If you are pregnant, bacterial vaginosis can cause premature labor, premature birth, infection of the amniotic fluid, and infection of the uterus. You doctor will probably test for bacterial vaginosis early in your pregnancy. Any unusual discharge during pregnancy should be reported immediately to your doctor or mid-wife.

Is there a safe, natural remedy for bacterial vaginosis?

Enzara, a product manufactured by Selmedica Healthcare is a very good, natural remedy for bacterial vaginosis. It eliminates the need for antibiotics so you can treat your problem without getting another problem.

Read more about Enzara here,

By: Margaret Albright

This is the end of a 2 part series article.
Part 1 is here.

Sponsored by: Bacterial Vaginosis Breakthrough


Isaac said...

Even though women must look appealing, it is very necessary to consider their health first. Although they say that globalization has left a trail of positive benefits, this is not necessarily true especially with the complicated health issues of women. I find myself confused trying hard not to connect this beauty hunger and madness that has befallen our sisters with the comments from our male counterparts. As if it is not enough to transform what everyone can see like the skin, she has now proceeded to the unthinkable beauty tip underneath her underpants to alter her natural vaginal odor. VAGINAL DISCHARGE

Poly Muthumbi said...

I could also encourage any suffering woman out there in the name of BACTERIAL VAGINAL INFECTION. to monitor her personal hygiene standards so as to aggravate her problem. Avoiding poor diet and stressful situations could also reduce the chances of experiencing the traumatizing hurdles of bacterial vaginal infections.