Trichomonas vaginitis. Boyfriend needs treatment too
Q: A woman in her mid-20s. I have tricomonas vaginitis. I often visit the obstetrics and gynecology clinic for treatment. Taking medicine quickly relieves symptoms, and after a few relationships with a boyfriend, vaginitis recurs again.
My boyfriend also needs to be treated together, so can my boyfriend take the medicine prescribed by the obstetrics and gynecology clinic?
A: Trichomonas vaginitis, caused by a bacterium called Chlamydia tracomatis, can cause infertility, so treatment is essential. It can be treated simply, but it has a characteristic of recurrence, so careful management and attention are required.
Boyfriends also need treatment. It is recommended that you visit the nearest urology department for an examination. Since prescriptions vary depending on the patient, taking medicine arbitrarily is a very dangerous behavior. I hope both of you visit the hospital as soon as possible for medical treatment.