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Comment from: Joanna, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: June 22

I have a bacteria vaginosis and it's very uncomfortable. My doctor prescribes me the Metronidazole 500mg for seven days and the discharge still persists. Then I follow up with my doctor and she said that she couldn't prescribe me anything else because that's how my body was.

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