Bacterial Vaginosis Projects

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Did you know that 1 in 2 women with bacterial vaginosis can get it again?

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a common vaginal condition among women which often comes back even after antibiotic treatment. Some of the bacteria associated with BV are present on the genitals of male partners of women with BV. We believe that reinfection from sexual partners may be contributing to the high rates of women getting BV again.

 
IF YOU HAVE BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS AND HAVE A REGULAR 
MALE SEXUAL PARTNER WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!

 

Step Up‛ is a study aiming to determine the feasibility and acceptability of treating the male partners of women with BV, and to examine the impact of treating both partners for BV on the associated bacteria in the male and female genitalia for 4 months after treatment.

Step Up’ is being conducted by researchers from Melbourne Sexual Health Centre (Alfred Health) and has been approved by the Alfred Hospital Ethics Committee. You will be reimbursed for the time you spend participating in this study.

 


You can email us: stopbv@mshc.org.au 
Call us on: 93416244
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