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Treated with Nidagel for bacterial vaginosis. Having tissue paper like discharge. Home remedies?

hi, i was recently treated with nidagel, for 5 days, bid for bv. after that, i started having tissue paper like discharge . have had this for 2 weeks now. saw the dr, was tested for bv, yeast , chlamydia and gonnorhea....all came back negative. the dr there recommended replens...its not helping. i am not pregnant, am 40 years old, otherwise healthy...what is going on? it is disgusting and embarassing, and i need to get rid of it. i can t get to my dr anytime soon.....any idea of what it could be/home remedies? what is causing it, how long does it usually last, and how do i make it go away?thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
Vaginal discharge can be due to one of the two reasons (apart from infections which is ruled out already): hormonal imbalance OR loss of normal vaginal flora.
For hormonal imbalance you can't take home remedies for cure. For improving vaginal flora you can simply apply vinegar OR V wash lotion locally for 3-4 weeks to get rid of the discharge.
Wish you good health.
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