Bacterial Infection - Vaginosis

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Jane Says:

Can I use trimethoprim to treat bacterial vaginosis?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jane! How are you?

Yes, as long as your doctor has prescribed, but if not, it would be best to use what they recommend, as it can vary depending on the specific type of bacteria.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of antibiotic as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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lucy Says:
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Hi, I think I have a bacterial vaginosis infection that's causing itching, burning and a light green/yellow discharge. Will the clindamycin antibiotic work?

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Carly Says:
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Why is sporasec used to treat bacterial vaginosis when it is an antifungal? I thought vaginosis was caused by bacteria and not fungi. Does sporasec have an active ingredient that is antibacterial?

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Cassie Says:
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Can I take clindamycin (150mg) for my BV? It’s a pink and gray capsule. There’s letters and numbers on the capsule which is, DAN 5708

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Kay Says:
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I wanted to know if amoxicillin 875 can treat BV? I've been having a vaginal odor and have not been active, but I always get them. Will this medicine work for that?

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Pamela Says:
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Can I take 1 amoxicillin 875mg a day for 7 days to fight a vaginal bacterial infection?

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James Says:
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Re: Kay (# 5)

Hello hope your doing better , not sure if that will work, but there's an over the counter medicine that you insert that's called rephresh it's a pH balance thing I believe that'll do the trick

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