BV is a common infection that affects up to one in four women. It causes pain and irritation, and leads to a thick odorless vaginal discharge. It is also a risk factor for pelvic inflammatory disease. It may also lead to infertility.
Is discharge after boric acid normal?
Boric acid for bv (also called hydrogen borate or acidum boricum) is a chemical compound that kills bacteria and restores the pH of the vagina. It can be used for bacterial vaginosis, yeast infections, and for removing odors.
Boric Acid for BV is a safe and effective treatment for recurrent BV infections. It can be used on its own, or it can be combined with antibiotics. Boric Acid for BV is considered safe for use by pregnant women. However, you should still talk to your doctor about your symptoms before using boric acid.
Boric Acid for BV is available over the counter, and is considered safe for use by adults. It should be kept out of reach of children and pets.
Boric Acid for BV is generally safe to use if inserted at the recommended dosage. It is also considered safe for use with antibiotics, but if you are pregnant, you should consult your doctor before using it. Boric Acid for BV is also considered safe for use by women with IUDs.
Boric Acid for BV can be inserted during your period, or at night. If you are using a suppository, it should be inserted deep into your vagina. Boric Acid for BV can be used for 7 to 14 days.