Struggling to Get Rid of Bacterial Vaginosis? There May Be a Good Reason Why!

If you are like the majority of women who suffer from bv miracle and cannot seem to shake off the condition, there may be very good reasons why this is the case. If you are struggling to get rid of bacterial vaginosis is could be your approach to treatment which is the problem.

There are various

options for treating BV ranging from conventional antibiotics or over the

counter remedies, through to natural treatments, such as the use of

probiotics or even cider vinegar. Now all of these various treatments can have

some beneficial effect, but the main problem is that most women choose just

one option and herein lies the problem.

Bacterial vaginosis forms as a result of an imbalance of bacteria within the

vagina. Under normal circumstances, both beneficial and harmful bacteria

live in relative harmony, with the beneficial bacteria keeping matters under

control. There are many different reasons why a women might get BV-some

are quite simply “one offs” and the condition disappears as quickly as it

came, never to return! Sadly though, most women are prone to repeated

attacks and some of the more common reasons for this include

* Overwashing
* Douching
* A change of sexual partner
* Using perfumed products on the vaginal area
* Wearing tight fitting panties made from synthetic fabrics
* Wearing tight trousers
* Eating a poor diet
* Smoking

It is rarely easy to identify just one simple cause and very often, BV is caused

by the subtle interaction of a number of causes-and you may well have your

suspicions as to which are applicable to you. To get rid of bacterial vaginosis,

it is absolutely essential that you not only treat the symptoms, but you use

methods to eliminate all possible root causes. Most women stop short of this,

simply using methods to get symptomatic relief, such as antibiotics, which

simply kill off bacteria, but when you think about it, they do absolutely nothing

to stop the condition returning, on the assumption that whatever caused the

condition to start with is still very likely to be there.