I was recently treated for chlamydia about a month ago, I'm 14 weeks pregnant & my doctor is now treating me for a bacterial infection in my vagina (BV I guessing). I've googled it a million times & ive read it can cause miscarriages in the second trimester & that my partner does not have to be treated. I'm so.nervous about the whole situation this is my first pregnancy.. can anyone help?!
same same go get it treated! im 17 weeks 4 days just finished the cream last friday take it all for the 7 days i had no symtpoms of it i got my pap results back and then told me i had it...get it treated and it wont harm u
Miley I didn't have any symptoms either which is why I'm so confused how I can have something but no symptoms!, & queenkay I've talked to a few girls I work woth who have children & they ha all said its very common & sometimes can occur a few times during your pregnancy.
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