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I got white eggs/worms in my period. What does it indicate?

For the first time ever I noticed many little possible white eggs (or maybe worms?) inside each menstrual blood clot. Are they really eggs/worms?? what should I do? I had bacterial vaginosis so i took metronidazol orally twice a day for 7 days. Since it did not cure me, a week later I began to have it in gel form inserted directly into the vagina once daily for 5 days. Then I began to get more discharge and even tiny cheese-like little white discharge. And now today, two weeks later, I got my period with problems as described above. Oh one last detail, my gynecologist also prescribed me Primadophilus Bifidus from Hihealth while taking the gel form of metronidazol... and I still am today. Could that be the cause of my problems???
Asked On : Sun, 6 Mar 2011
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the small white things you saw with menses clot can not be egg. human eggs are not layed down like this. (egg is thrown out in abdominal cavity &then caught by fallopian tubes)IT can be either thick endometrium or clumps of the vaginal discharge.
I would advice both of you to take an expert advice & treatment to cure the problem.
Answered: Sun, 7 Aug 2011
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