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hi, Last month i hve my routine pap smear and the result was i have a acute cervicovaginitis, (moderate to severe)
so my dr gave me a suppository (neopenotran forte) 7 caps. after consuming these, i had another pap smear, then i now have +1 coccobacilli,(shif of flora suggestive of bacterial vaginosis)
Im so depress after reading some possible causes, i never had mutiple sex partner, nor my husband, we never had oral sex, i wash before and after sex, i drink and pee after sex,so i was so surprise to read this,
can you help me on this? is it dangerous? is it tretable? is it normal? pls help,
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