Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most common vaginal infection and nearly all doctors know how to treat it. However, aerobic vaginitis (AV) is different. Since Dr. Donders of Belgium first reported it in 2002, AV has not been put into an OB/GYN textbook. Not many doctors know about AV nor do they know how to manage it.
If your vaginal lab test shows aerobic bacteria like E. coli, Staphylococcus, or Enterococcus faecalis, you may have AV.
If you are premenopausal (<45) without any health condition like on birth control, IUD or breastfeeding, BV Clear is the right product to help you clear BV or AV. However, if you are peri-menopausal (45-50) or postmenopausal (>50), you may need to start with a milder product and move up the level gradually to avoid sensitivity to the treatment product. To find a right formula that match your age, you may find this article helpful:
About supplements, vitamin D3 is the most important factor for women's resistance against BV. Many women reported more BV recurrence in the winter and less in the summer. It turned out that sunlight exposure is the reason, as it concerts vitamin D precursor to vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 intake can bypass the need for sun exposure. This is important in the wintertime. Another important nutrient is omega-7, namely Sea buckthorn Oil.
If your infection is recurrent and in the past it recurred after you had stopped antibiotic treatment, I would like to suggest that you read the last section of this article on Intimate partner.