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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 1, 2010
  • 02:56 AM

Hey everyone like you I started getting BV in Septmeber of 2009 and it went away but in November-March . the gynecologist keep switching me from the flagyl to the metragel for about 5 times but I still keept getting it. I tried the yogurt which was messy, the rephresh probiotics pills and they didnt work for me i even took ginger root and reuteri pills.
I am on birthcontrol and finally got switched to a monophase oposed to the ortho-tricyclen because I first got this infection when i went on birth control and that seemed to help.

the best cure for me was the Hydrogen peroxide (brown bottle, no special brand) at first I

used it for about a week with a douche and I had immediate results. I dint mix it with water and I did my best to hold it in. now I just use it after sex and after my period because thats when your the most prone to getting BV and sometimes i do it when I know I am going to see my boyfriend because I dont want to feel self-conscious about the possibility of a smell. Ive been doing it for a month and I am back to normal, no smell, no weird discharge and I can once again enjoy a great sex life which is great because it was causing alot of fights with my boyfriend since he was used to having sex with me. I also bought cotton underwear

I truly believe it works and I recomend everyone trying it... Ive had amazing results

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