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Remedy for itching post intake of medicines for Bacterial Vaginosis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   I just ended my prescription for having BV and Iâ??m still itching. I know the itching goes away slowly but what can I do to prevent for right now Iâ??m already using vaginal cream and Iâ??ve been wearing nothing but cotton panties and washing my vagina with unscented soap no colors or anything. Can you please help me?
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Doctor :   Firstly avoid washing your vagina or douching as it does not help and may even increase the itching.
Doctor :   Take more yoghurt as it restores the normal flora in the vagina
Doctor :   Foods ike cheese, alcohol, chocolate, soy sauce, sugar, vinegar, fruits, fermented foods or those containing molds, like blue cheese, should be avoided.
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Doctor :   An ordinary warm bath or a shallow sitz bath can be very soothing to irritated genital tissues.
Doctor :   cold compresses can help
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