Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a vaginal infection. It is caused by an overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina: when there are more anaerobic bacteria (“bad”) than lactobacilli bacteria ("good"). Bacterial vaginosis has normally no symptoms, but when it has, they may include a burning sensation when you urinate, a fishy smell, itching, and white, gray, or green discharge. It can be treated with antibiotics prescribed by a doctor, which can be taken by mouth, in the form of a cream or gel to put in the vagina.
The cheapest Bacterial Vaginosis treatment price is £15 and the most expensive is £91.24, find the lowest treatment prices in the table below.
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This page was medically reviewed by Dr Petar Lishkov, on September 19, 2022