i have a girlfriend,she went to a doctor for a papsmear the result is this,tiny grams variable coccobacilli-abundant,negative gram pleomorphic, gram negative bacilli-abundant, clue cells found,suggestive of bacterial vaginosis,my questions are:
a.is this an infection or STD?
b.if ever this is an STD,how many months a bacteria could stay in a body of a person from the time he/she had sex?
c.we had sex before but that was 3 months ago and after that we didin't do have sex,how could it possibly she is positive to that kind of bacteria and im not?
hi, i went to do HVS test and the result shows that there is a presence of clue cells and gram variable coccobacilli suggests gardnerella vaginalis infection (Bacterial Vaginose) i have taken an antibiotics but still there is a discharge and itching in the vagina. what can i do to that?
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