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A 21-year-old woman who presents to your pharmacy with a new prescription for secnidazole. Which of the following is an important counseling point for the pharmacist to make?CorrectIncorrect
A 23-year-old woman who presents to her primary care provider with burning with urination; a thin, milky white vaginal discharge; and a strong, fishy vaginal odor. An in-office test is preformed and shows a vaginal pH of 4.8, and there are no signs of vaginal inflammation on physical exam. Which diagnosis is most likely?CorrectIncorrect
A 29-year-old woman who presents to the pharmacy with a new prescription for treatment of BV. She asks for your advice about some of her risk factors for BV. Which of the following is a risk factor for BV?CorrectIncorrect
You receive a prescription for tinidazole from a 30-year old woman who asks if she needs to take a medication to treat BV. What potential complication of untreated BV should you include as a counseling point?CorrectIncorrect
In addition to the alternative treatments for BV listed by the 2015 CDC guideline, which medication was added to the 2020 ACOG guideline as an alternative treatment for BV in nonpregnant patients?CorrectIncorrect