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Bacteria Vaginosis and
Hello I am 25 years old and I recent had my first pap smear and was told I had BV, bacteria vaginosis.  I was put on Metronidozole Vaginal gel, 0.75% for 5 days. My pap smear test results all came back negative, no STD no abnormal pap smear. But It's been a week since I finished the use of the metronidozole gel and I have notice an increase amount of discharge that is not normal for me. The discharge is sticky white, there is no odor directly from the discharge but there is an odor (almost ammonia like) odor in my underwear. Could BV be back? Or what can it be?
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It could be that you developed a yeast infection from the medicine. Just consult with your doctor
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have you been sexually active since you finished medicine
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I would recommend you reconsult your physician and getting this assessed and cultured if necessary.  

This could all be related to the vaginal flora being off due to this infection and then the medication.

Refrain from sexual activities until this is resolved.  
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does it comes bak emmediately after menses? if yes then i know the solution, waiting for your reply
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