UTIs commonly occur after sex, but a few thoughtful prevention strategies can typically help you avoid developing one.
Antibiotics are a great treatment for many infections, but they can do more harm than help when it comes to BV.
Recurring bacterial vaginosis after sex is quite common, but many sexual and non-sexual factors can cause BV to occur.
If you start to notice abnormal vaginal discharge, you might have a vaginal infection. Determining which infection is plaguing you can help you get the proper treatment and restore your vaginal health.
A proper vaginal pH keeps your vagina healthy. Knowing what causes a pH imbalance and how to restore vaginal pH to proper levels can help prevent infection and discomfort.
Understanding the difference between these terms can help you identify why you keep getting UTIs and understand how to deal with them once and for all.
Recurrent bacterial vaginosis infections can be miserable—take charge of your vaginal health by learning steps to prevent and manage recurrent BV infections.
As a cornerstone ingredient in the Happy V portfolio of products and one of the most sought-after supplements for addressing UTIs’ symptoms and complications, D-Mannose is something we need to understand to realize its full health potential.
Antibiotics can be used to treat Bacterial Vaginosis but they might also increase the chances of its recurrence.