UTIs commonly occur after sex, but a few thoughtful prevention strategies can typically help you avoid developing one.
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.
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Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about dealing with pesky fibroids—without surgery.
In the past six years, science has shown a direct correlation between the health of our gut and vagina.
Are BV and PID related? Here’s what you need to know to keep yourself from these vaginal infections.
Paying attention to your vaginal pH can really pay off when it comes to avoiding common vaginal infections like bacterial vaginosis, yeast infections, and urinary tract infections.
A Complete Guide to Bacterial Vaginosis vs. Urinary Tract Infections
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The internet is full of myths, and hydrogen peroxide as a bacterial vaginosis treatment is one of them. Keep reading to learn why you shouldn’t douche and how to properly keep your V Happy.
BV and yeast infections can both cause pesky, uncomfortable vaginal symptoms. Here’s how to tell the difference and what to do if you think you have 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.