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Dear customer, it is a pleasure to serve you today, I want to tell you that this type of situation is closely related to inflammatory and infectious conditions in the vaginal canal as bacterial vaginosis which is usually triggered by a microorganism called Gardnerella vaginalis, is not considered a sexually transmitted disease is simply a condition in which the normal pH of the vaginal canal is altered producing an abnormal production of certain microorganisms that are commonly in the vaginal canal as gardenella vaginalis, This situation responds quite well in sexual rest for at least a week and antibiotics in ovules such as metronidazole introducing an ovule via deep intravaginal every night before bedtime for 6 consecutive nights, with this treatment and the recommendations that I provided the situation should improve satisfactorily, however, I would like to keep me abreast of your case, I will be happy to assist you and guide you in everything I can, I will be attentive to any additional questions about it.
Ibuprofen can help while starting the treatment with intravaginal ovules, it is not a serious disease and you are not in trouble, so you can be totally calm in fact when you start the treatment you will start to see an improvement after 48 to 72 hours with a full recovery after 6 days of treatment.
There are multiple reasons but usually it is an alteration of the PH of the vaginal canal which causes microorganisms normally found in the vaginal canal to reproduce in exaggerated size, shape and quantity.