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I am sorry to hear about your problem, and I can understand how uncomfortable you may be feeling, but hopefully, we can resolve this.
Recurrence of BV is common.
To prevent BV in the future, the following is recommended for you:
-Change out of wet clothing, especially wet bathing suits or exercise clothing, as soon as possible.
-Avoid feminine hygiene sprays and douches.
- Use only water and no soap on the vulva and avoid pads.
- Avoid panties made from synthetic materials.
Underwear should be well-ventilated, cotton. Avoid synthetics.
Keep the area as dry as possible, and change any liners every 5 hours. They should be cotton-based.
-Always wipe yourself from front to back after experiencing a bowel movement to prevent fecal matter from coming into contact with your vagina, which can cause a bacterial infection.
-Avoid perfumed soaps, gels, and antiseptics as these can affect the healthy balance of bacteria and pH levels in the vagina and irritate.
-Protect your vagina against infections by using a condom every time you have sex.
-You can help restore the normal bowel flora by eating live bacterial culture yogurt every day for a few weeks
-Probiotics are one of the essential parts of BV infection cure. Among the effective natural treatments are probiotics, or what is commonly called friendly bacteria or beneficial bacteria.
Probiotic microbes are pretty effective in treating BV. There are many brands of probiotics available.
-You can use Probaclac Bacterial Vaginosis Formula. Probaclac contains three probiotic strains to fight bacteria and reduce the recurrence of bacterial vaginosis.
-Use boric acid vaginal suppositories to regulate vaginal pH. This will help significantly to maintain the vaginal pH and prevent a recurrence
All these measures can help significantly in the prevention of Bacterial vaginosis (BV).
I hope I have been able to clarify the situation for you and helped in resolving your query.
I am available to answer any follow-up questions you may have, so please feel free to ask.