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Hi so, I’ve been in a new relationship for about 3 months now, things are going really well except I realised I had BV at the beginning of September, I noticed the weird grey/white discharge but most of all the smell. I was at the airport when I realised and went straight into boots and treated myself the same day. Did the full course of gel, eventually the smell went away and I wasn’t worried about anyone smelling me from a mile away. Came home and about a week after treatment ended I had sex with my boyfriend, then started to notice my discharge smelt a little off, nothing like the first time but it was enough to preoccupy my mind during the engagement. Treated myself again told him we couldn’t have sex while I was taking the medication. It’s now been 2 days since the pack ended but I feel like I am still emitting an odor that doesn’t sit right with me, but I’m not sure if I’m being paranoid or not. It makes me nervous about being intimate with my boyfriend because now I’m worried it could be that our body chemistry is not compatible, and it’s his sperm that’s causing this issue, they say BV is triggered by sex with multiple partners, a new partner or douching and I’ve never douched in my life or slept with more than one person at a time, so what, am I just supposed to keep getting BV until my vagina decides to accept him? Or use condoms for the rest of my life? I really care about this guy, don’t want our downfall to be on the back of something so stupid. But I’ve never been the same since that initial bout of BV, never had it prior but now all I produce now is clear watery discharge with a vinegar overtone which is abnormal for me. My health has taken a general decline in the last month or so, made an appointment at the doctors initially just to get my pill restocked but now I feel like I have a new concern every week. Not enough time in the slot to tell her everything that’s wrong. But I’m gonna have to abort everything else and stick with this because it’s affecting my quality of life to be quite honest.
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