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Vaginal odor, milky white vaginal discharge, cramps, shaking. Taking ovule for bacterial vaginosis. Treatment?

Hi Dr. I went to the GP yesterday with vaginal odor and milky white vaginal discharge . The Doc gave me a gyno-travogen ovule 600mg. Treatment for bacterial vaginosis . I inserted the ovule at around 5am. During the day I started getting mild cramps . By 530pm my cramps had become so bad I could not stand for longer than a few minutes without my legs shaking. It is now 335am and the cramps have not subsided. Is this normal? Or should I go to the 24hr clinic? Kind regards.
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Cramps are not because of GYNO TRAVOGEN ovule you used.
These cramps may be because of your impending menstrual periods.
Since you are in great pain,I advise you to go to ER and get an injectable pain killer.
There is nothing to worry.
Your symptoms should settle soon.
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