Do you really need a probiotic for bacterial vaginosis or a yeast infection?

From Harvard Medical School's Health Publishing, on Women's Health Bacterial vaginosis is the most common vaginal infection in women of childbearing age. There's still a lot that experts don't understand about the condition, but it is associated with an overgrowth of harmful microorganisms, such as¬†Gardnerella vaginalis¬†or¬†Prevotella, which outnumber "healthier" types of vaginal bacteria, including a … Continue reading Do you really need a probiotic for bacterial vaginosis or a yeast infection?