Ureaplasma is an infection that is found in up to 70% of sexually active adults – symptoms

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The NHS noted that the “most common” symptom of BV is an “unusual vaginal discharge that has a strong fishy smell”.

The discharge us usually thin, watery and white or grey in colour, and the smell is more pronounced following sexual intercourse.

Antibiotics are needed to clear up the infection, which can either be tablets, cream, or gel.

An infection with ureaplasma has also been connected to pelvic or abdominal pain, Medical News Today noted.



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