Hi, I wasn't sure what forum this would go in. I just found out I have a case of bacterial vaginosis and my doctor prescribed Clindesse for me to take. So I get home to night and get ready to use it, and it has a warning about using it if u have ulceratie colitis/ crohn's. Well I have Crohn's disease(coming up on being disagnosed for a year now) and my gyn knew this. I called her office, though they are not there yet, and left a message. I will call her and my gastro doctor in the morning, but for my own piece of mind, I was wondering f it was ok to take? Also, I had a resection(removal of the infected area of intestine, which was all in the small intestine) in July, if that makes any difference. (also posted in the women's section)
Any one else have to deal with this?
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