"Hi there, I've beaten BV and felt like I owe it to other women to come back and share how bc I remember how AWFUL it was. I tried it all girls, I'll go into that. But finally, it was RePhresh the vaginal gel that comes in tubes, not the ..."
So I'm going through the same thing. I've been dealing with BV for about a year. The question I have...went to the doctor today to get antibiotics for both bv and yeast infection. My plan is to do a three day treatment of cleocin and then take difflucan as well. Should I wait to start the rephresh, I already have some......but i don't want to many things going into me at once.
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