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Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2022), BV occurs through the overgrowth of bacteria in the vaginal causing virginal infection. Moreover, sometimes ‘‘bad” bacteria grow beyond ‘‘good” bacteria leading to harmful interference with balance and contributing to vaginal infection. BV contributes to vaginal discharge, which has a ‘‘fishy” odour and results in discomfort and pain. BV makes individuals feel vaginal itching, grey or green vaginal discharge, and burning effects during urination. To avoid BV we need to maintain a good flora in the vaginal canal and will need proper blood flow to that area. Morpheus8V and Plus90 treatments will increase the blood flow in the vaginal canal to keep your good flora healthy.
Please Note: First treat the BV that you currently have by your doctor before undergoing these non-invasive procedures. They will help stop recurring BV in the future.
The Treatments That We Offer At YHVH Medical Aesthetics Are:
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, bacterial vaginosis can recur even after successful treatment. To reduce the risk of recurrence, it is advised to maintain good vaginal hygiene, avoid douching, use gentle unscented products, and follow any instruction or recommendations provided by a healthcare professional.
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is not as contagious as other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), but engaging in sexual activities can still increase the risk of developing an infection. It's important to note that BV can be transmitted through sexual contact, although it can also occur without sexual activity. If someone has sexual intercourse with a partner who has BV, it is recommended to seek medical attention for both treatment and preventive measures./span>
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, bacterial vaginosis can recur even after successful treatment. To reduce the risk of recurrence, it is advised to maintain good vaginal hygiene, avoid douching, use gentle unscented products, and follow any instruction or recommendations provided by a healthcare professional.
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is not as contagious as other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), but engaging in sexual activities can still increase the risk of developing an infection. It's important to note that BV can be transmitted through sexual contact, although it can also occur without sexual activity. If someone has sexual intercourse with a partner who has BV, it is recommended to seek medical attention for both treatment and preventive measures./span>