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Posted 9 Nov 2014 by • 1 answer
After the 2nd day of using Metro gel for BV I started to have brown discharge sometimes white clumpy discharge too. I have used all the metro gel as prescribed I have stopped taking the metro gel since last Tuesday. It's been 5 days and I am still having the discharge. Is this normal? When ...
Posted 9 Jan 2018 by • 1 answer
... last dose of metro gel for bv. I'm so terrified to do anything because I'm afraid of it coming back! HELP!!!
Posted 15 Jun 2017 by • 0 answers
Discharge is clear with what looks like kidney bean skin clumps. Normal? Thanks I'm breastfeeding and a little worried of possibility of yeast infection, my daughter has had thrush 3x.
Posted 26 Dec 2017 by • 0 answers
I’ve been on Amethyst for almost 3 years. In the past year I’ve had BV 3 times. I’m currently finishing my 16-week, 2x a week metro gel treatment and I started to have light bleeding again. It’s not enough to need a pad or tampon and I only have minor cramps. I’ve had ...
Posted 8 Nov 2017 by • 0 answers
Posted 2 Nov 2017 by • 0 answers
Given the metro gel 1× day at bedtime. I've done 2 treatments and both mornings after I have copious amounts of clear thick discharge with 2-4 very faint hair like brown strings. No cottage cheese. No real odor. No itching or burning. Is this normal is it just the bacteria leaving?
Posted 23 Aug 2017 by • 0 answers
... clumpy like, while before it was not. Is this normal?
Posted 15 Jan 2016 by • 1 answer
My doctor prescribed me metronidazole vaginal gel 0.75% once a day for 5 days for my BV. And it is my first day using it but I noticed clumps of white discharge coming out and it has an odor. Is it normal for my first day? I'm so worried please help.
Metronidazole - I've been finished with the metro gel for a day now. The last day I had to take it I
Posted 23 Jan 2017 by • 0 answers
... noticed a red substance that came out while using the restroom. It looked similar top the white discharge just red. I figured it was maybe my period. But when I went to restroom next there was no blood... Until I used the restroom again and the red was coming out while I was peeing. Is this ...
Posted 30 Dec 2016 by • 0 answers
... antibiotic my doc prescribed to cause I have a bacterial infection? Could I be able to get pregnant then
Posted 15 Jan 2017 by • 0 answers
I use it twice daily on my rosacea as prescribed but if I quit using it, I have outbreaks. Is it safe to use long term?
Posted 11 Jun 2015 by • 1 answer
I knew I had a yeast infection (I rarely get them) so I bought the one day monistat treatment. Before the infection I had scheduled my yearly exam which I went to several days after treating myself. DR did a culture and said I still had yeast. She gave me diflucan which always worked in the past ...
Posted 23 Jul 2016 by • 0 answers
Recently, I went to a dermatologist for red patches around my nose and chin. I was disgnosed with perioral dermatitis and was then prescribed with solodyn ( tetracycline ) and metro gel .75%. The doctor was in and out and not helpful with instructions. I have a fair amount of small whiteheads on my ...
Posted 10 Nov 2014 by • 1 answer
So I went for an annual check up and my doc says I have BV & prescribe me some metro gel take one tube for 5 night.. Today is my third time taking it!! I take a shower every night before I take my meds. So yesterday when I took a shower I decided to put my hand in my vagina to see if I had any ...
Posted 29 Apr 2016 by • 0 answers
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