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Metronidazole 400mg Generic 14 Tablets (1 Course of Treatment) £16.49

What is Bacterial Vaginosis?

Bacterial vaginosis, also known as BV, occurs when the normal balance of bacteria in the vagina is disturbed. Many types of bacteria lives harmlessly in the vagina without causing any symptoms but if the number of certain bacteria increases or decreases it can upset the balance and lead to bacterial vaginosis. About 50% of women with BV will not experience symptoms and the natural balance in the vagina is restored by itself. In other cases women do experience symptoms which require antibiotic treatment. BV is not normally dangerous but it can lead to complications in pregnancy so if you are pregnant and experience BV symptoms then its important to see your GP straight away.


If you have suffered from BV before then you will probably be familiar with the symptoms.

The most common symptoms associated with BV are a vaginal discharge and a fishy smell, particularly after sex. The discharge may be thin and watery or of a greyish or white colour.

There are other conditions which can be confused with BV as they have very similar symptoms such as sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) and thrush. If you have has unprotected sexual intercourse with a new partner you need to get an STI test to make sure you have not been infected with an STI.

If you are not sure what is causing your symptoms you can visit your GP or sexual health clinic who will take a sample of the discharge and confirm what is causing it so you can receive the correct treatment.

There are also convenient self tests available to purchase online to help determine if it is thrush, BV or another infection you are suffering from. These are a simple swab test that can give you a result in just 10 seconds and are over 90% accurate.

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Causes of BV

The causes of BV are not fully clear but you are more likely to get BV if you;

  • Are sexually active (although women who are not sexually active can also get BV),

  • You have had a change of partner,

  • You have an IUD (a contraception device),

  • You use perfumed products around your vagina.

BV is not an STI, even though it can be triggered by sex. A woman can pass it to another woman during sex. You're more likely to get an STI if you have BV. This may be because BV makes your vagina less acidic and reduces your natural defences against infection.


The treatment for BV is with antibiotic tablets. It is common for BV to return, usually within three months. You can help by only washing you genital area with water and plain soap as well as having showers instead of baths.


Why Choose Pharmacy First’s Online Prescriber Service?

There’s no need for a face-to-face doctor appointment and you are not required to bear a prescription before you purchase as Pharmacy First’s Online Prescriber Service provides you with prescription-only medication after a short online consultation which is reviewed by our qualified online medical prescribers

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How Do I Move Forward?

STEP 1Start an online consultation and our Prescriber will review and assist.
STEP 2Choose from the selected medication that is best suited to your consultation and pay at the checkout.
STEP 3Upon final approval, your order will be dispensed from our Pharmacy and ready for dispatch.
Order CompleteYour medication will be delivered to your door, safely and discreetly using Royal Mail
Metronidazole 400mg

Active ingredient: Metronidazole

Manufacturer: Generic - Brands May Very

Dosage: 400mg

Metronidazole is used to treat a wide variety of infections caused by certain types of germ (anaerobic bacteria) and types of micro-organisms called protozoa.                                                                   

Your medication is sealed in a plain shipping box for protection then placed inside a tamper-proof Royal Mail special delivery envelope before being dispatched from our in-house Pharmacy.

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  • Royal Mail Special Delivery
  • No Mention of Medication

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