16 May 2011
doctor's now use a lot of cultures and antibiotic sensitivities to see the exact problem and also the bacteria count and the drug that is most likely to destroy the bacteria, as Pattishan said this probably might not be the drug that you should be using but your doctor or OB/GYN is probably the best to contact and have him evaluate the situation. keep us posted and talk with your doctor just to be on the safe side.
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