Looks like the blood test for herpes2 needs to be included for the group that suffer from bacterial vaginosis. Print out the article and give it to your doctors and request the blood work:
Our preliminary data suggests that bacterial vaginosis (BV) may be associated with increased genital tract shedding of HSV-2 (2). As BV is the most common cause of vaginal symptoms in reproductive age women, even modest associations with genital tract shedding of HSV-2 would result in substantial attributable risks for transmission of the virus.
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