Are there any medicines that could cure bacterial vaginosis with low recurrence rate?
Bacterial vaginosis refers to vaginal discharge which results from an overgrowth of certain kinds of bacteria in the vagina. It is the most common vaginal complaint in women of child bearing age. According to some study there are approximately 29% of women in the U.S. are affected. Bacterial vaginosis is found in about 25% of pregnant women in the U.S. and approximately 60% of women who have a sexually-transmitted disease (STD). Bacterial vaginosis is not dangerous, but its disturbing symptoms are hard to bear.
It is difficult to determine the exact causes of bacterial vaginosis. At present, it seems to be that to develop this disease a combination of multiple bacteria must be present together. Bacterial vaginosis typically features a reduction in the number of the normal hydrogen peroxide-producing lactobacilli in the vagina. Simultaneously, there is an increase in concentration of other types of bacteria, especially anaerobic bacteria (bacteria that grow in the absence of oxygen). As a result, the diagnosis and treatment are not as simple as identifying and eradicating a single type of bacteria.
Antibiotics are the recommended treatment for bacterial vaginosis. A few antibiotic remedies are routinely used, such as metronidazole (Flagyl) taken by either oral (pill) form or vaginally metronidazole gel (Metrogel). The oral metronidazole can cause some minor but unpleasant side effects. And if you take one kind of antibiotic for a long time, your body would produce antibody to it. And then this kind of antibiotic is no longer useful for you.
However, recurrence of bacterial vaginosis is possible even after successful treatment. More than half of those treated experience recurrent symptoms within 12 months. It is unclear why so many recurrent infections develop. But if you continue taking the antibiotics that the body has produced antibody to it, your symptoms wouldn’t go away any more. If the situation lasts for a longer time, it would much harder for the future treatment.
So due to these reasons, there are increasing people wondering, except antibiotics, are there any other medicines that could cure bacterial vaginosis with low recurrence rate? Fortunately, yes. After years of traditional Chinese doctors’ hard work, there found a combination of herbs could eliminate all the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis completely from its root.
Traditional Chinese medicine Fuyan Pill is really a solution of the recurrence of bacterial vaginosis. Prescriptions which can clear away heat and toxic materials can help patients to get rid of damp, toxic and bacteria. Besides, other ingredients in the pill are able to promote blood circulation. Symptoms such as pain, swelling can be relieved. What's more, it could permeate into the root of bacterial vaginosis where antibiotics couldn't reach, thus it could cure bacterial vaginosis completely from its root to avoid the recurrence of bacterial vaginosis.