Bacterial Vaginosis

Bacterial Vaginosis is a condition that is caused by an imbalance in the bacteria of the vagina, resulting in a foul-smelling vaginal discharge. The most common symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis include white, watery vaginal discharge that often has a strong and distinct fishy smell. As a common condition, there are multiple different treatments that can be administered to help. Please fill out the form below so that our clinicians can determine if the treatment you pick will be suitable for you to take. 

To help us understand that this treatment is the right option for you, please answer the following questions. If you get stuck or need any help, you can contact us.


Transmale (Born a female)
Transfemale (Born a male)

Presently Pregnant
Presently Breastfeeding
Planning on getting pregnant
Planning on Becoming Pregnant
Neither Pregnant nor Breastfeeding

Fishy odor that is unappealing
Discharge of a thin liquid
A lumpy & thick discharge
Temperatures higher than 38 degrees
Urinary discomfort
Flu like symptoms

I've been examined by a doctor
I underwent a self-analysis
It's the first time I've ever had it diagnosed.

Not at all
Less severe abdominal discomfort
Abdominal pain that is tolerable
Extreme abdominal discomfort

Slight bleeding
Intolerable and repeated loss of blood