BV Miracle

Natural way to cure bacterial vaginosis in less 48 hours

Bv Treatment Vh Essentials

Written By: ibzzA1 - Nov• 21•11

Having a yeast infection is unpleasant at the best of times, but having to worry about yeast infection treatment during pregnancy can be particularly troubling. There are two important things you should know. Firstly, the infection is unlikely to harm your baby. Secondly, unless you have the infection during birth and deliver naturally, there is little chance of your baby catching the infection. So the important thing then is how to safely manage the infection while you are pregnant.

If you are expecting and you require yeast infection treatment during pregnancy, it is always advisable to seek advice from your doctor. The safety of your child is of the utmost importance, so knowing what you can safely do to relieve the symptoms of a yeast infection during pregnancy is essential. Often the doctor will recommend that you don't receive any treatment during the first trimester.

Natural treatment options are often a good alternative that should be safe at any stage of the pregnancy. If the uncomfortable symptoms of a yeast infection are driving you to distraction and you are unable to take regular medication, then a natural alternative to relieve problems such as itching, burning and stinging may be the best option.

Frequently Asked Questions

    Has anyone used the new over-the-counter VH Essentials Bacterial Vaginosis Treatment?
    Does anyone have any reviews about how the first over-the-counter BV treatment works? Also, would it be safe if I used it at the ending stage of my menstrual cycle? I can tell my vaginal ph is off by my discharge and slight odor and I'd like to try the product asap. All reviews are appreciated.

    • ANSWER:
      I bought the product today...I will let you know how it works in 6 days. Its a six day supply.....

    BV Treatment (any suggestions)?
    VH Essentials BV Treatment, FEMONAL, or Ultimate flora... which one works for BV because Flagyl, probiotcs, distilled water/perioxide and plain yougurt didnt?
    I have been to the dr.s at least 4 times and keep giving me flagyl.. but doesnt work.

    • ANSWER:
      Sorry, you really need to see a doctor and get antibiotics.

    why do I have a white curdy discharge?
    I recently took VH essentials BV Treatment Homeopathic Time-Release Vaginal Insert in an attempt to get counteract a PH unbalance. I completed the 6 day treatment with no problem, but as soon as I finished the treatment I began experiencing severe itching and discomfort and after a day or so of that, my labia became red and swollen. Then today as I was showering I noticed a very bright white curdy discharge coming from my vagina. I am really concerned and worried/scared as to what it could be.
    I guess I should have mentioned I am trying to schedule an appointment with my Dr. but I wont be able to get in for another 2 days; so mean while any useful information is greatly appreciated. Also, I was wondering if this could be a yeast infection (even though discharge from yeast infections are usually yellowish) or if it could be an allergic reaction. Furthermore, it is not an STD as I have been with the same sex partner for the last 10 years.

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    has anyone ever tired VH essentials?
    i have a bv that keeps coming back i have tried everything!!!! i was just looking online to see what i could do and i came across VH Essentials.....has anyone used it or hared anything about this treatment?

    • ANSWER:
      Have you tried natural remedies?? Go to the website below you are not the only one. I was tired of buying prescriptions that never solved the problem. Natural remedies cured it!

      Good Luck <3

    return of bacterial vaginosis?
    im 19, and ive been battling this infection for a couple years. it just doesnt want to go away. i went to the doctor, got prescribed a vaginal insert antibiotic called metornidazole, it didnt work. i didnt really notice much of a difference. it worked for a little while and it came right back, it wasnt even a month. i figured why go back to the doctor, antibiotics dont work and they dont work for a lot of people. this infection is really hard to get rid of.

    i tried an over the counter BV treatment. its called vh essentials bacterial vaginosis treatment. it worked great once i first started using it. smell was completely gone, so was discharge. but now as im finishing the treatment, the smell is coming back and i have no idea why. im worried that every time i get off of it, it will just come right back.

    im thinking about buying another box of the over the counter stuff because there are no side effects or anything and it keeps the stink away. but i dont want to be on this stuff forever.

    are there any probiotics i can take that are good for bv? or any natural remedies? i will go back to the doctor if it gets out of hand but i see it as pointless because theyll just give me the same old antibiotic again.

    • ANSWER:
      When I had BV and went to the doctor they gave me an oral antibiotic and it worked really well. They said it may come back and to just come and get another course of antibiotics but it didn't and hasn't for 6 months. Go and ask for the oral antibiotic and see how you go.

    I am 18 years old and I have taken flagyl for bv 3 times in 6 months and it keeps coming back?
    I do not think that the medicine works honestly I have been told that the medicine kills all bacteria and therefore could furthur cause an imbalance. I have heard of a otc treatment called vh essentials it is a homopathic treatment that encourages the growth of good bacteria while treating the bv. i am a little iffy about this but if i go to the doctor all she is going to do is write me another prescription for flagyl which will not work. What can I do? Will eating yogurt help? I need serious answers only. Do not tell me to douche becuase that can cause complications. Please i need help.
    by the way i am not sexually active i havent been for the past 6 months

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