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Hi Ladies. I've been battling BV on and off for almost 4 years. Your doctor will prescribe you with antibiotics but that alone won't work, the symptoms will come right back. I had to take a hard look at the things I was putting in my body (crap, mostly). In the last three weeks, I've 'alkalized' my diet significantly. BV comes from an imbalance caused by over acidity in the vagina, so you need to balance yourself out. I drink alkaline water and lemon water, take a probiotic supplement, have miso soup in the morning instead of coffee, and try to avoid packaged goods like candy and chips. That shit is destroying you, listen to your body! It has been so difficult, and I've had some bad headaches as my body has gotten used to it but I've also lost a pant size, have a ton more energy in the morning, and best of all, no BV. It's been less than a month since changing my diet and I'm already better in so many ways. My skin is clearer, too. I also recommend making smoothies and drinking your greens if (like me) the thought of eating salad depresses you. Overall I'd say good hydration (3 liters of water a day), probiotics, miso soup, bell peppera, as many green veggies as possible, and no candy or chips and I guarantee you'll notice the difference in a month. You can get packets of miso soup for cheap, it's as easy as having tea. Alkaline water gets expensive if you drink it exclusively so have it for a few weeks or as long as you can afford it then switch to lemon water. Good luck!! You can do it :)

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Loss of acidity. To control bacterial growth, the vagina is normally slightly acidic with a pH of 3.8–4.2. A swab of the discharge is put onto litmus paper to check its acidity. A pH greater than 4.5 is considered alkaline and is suggestive of bacterial vaginosis.

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