How Long Does Bacterial Vaginosis Last?

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Bacterial Vaginosis occurs when the natural flora of the vagina becomes 'upset'. Bacterial Vaginosis can last any length of time when it is not treated. After treatment commences, it will take around 7 days for BV to clear up though the symptoms experienced should have started to decline in the days after treatment commenced.
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