Bacterial vaginosis is a common infection that causes an overgrowth of bacteria in your vagina. It’s usually triggered by a change in your vaginal pH.

What to expect after using boric acid suppositories?

Antibiotics are often effective at treating BV, but it can return even after several rounds of treatment. Boric acid ph is an over-the-counter (OTC) treatment that can help restore your vaginal pH and kill the bacteria that cause BV.

Boric acid ph is an ingredient that’s available over the counter, as a topical solution or in gelatin capsules that you insert into your vagina. It’s an effective way to relieve symptoms of BV such as itching, burning, and odor.

AZO Boric Acid Suppositories contain 600mg of boric acid in each suppository, the clinically studied amount to promote balance by maintaining your vaginal pH in the normal, acidic range. The suppository also contains aloe vera, a naturally sourced ingredient that helps soothe and moisturize your vagina.

Don’t use boric acid ph if you have never been treated for a yeast infection or if your symptoms are severe, such as itching, burning, or pain. This is because boric acid might not be the right solution for you and can prevent you from receiving the medication that your doctor prescribes for yeast infections.

There are many home remedies that can be used to treat bacterial vaginosis. Some of these include dietary changes, drinking plenty of water, and using natural antifungal creams. You can also try some of these home treatments along with your antibiotics to help get rid of BV faster.