The following program contains mature subject matter. Viewer discretion is advised. I’ve heard boric acid suppositories can actually work for certain vaginal bacterial infections. Is this true? Actually, this one is true, it is! So she specifically asked about bacterial infections and sometimes when someone has recurrent bacterial vaginosis, also known as BV, we will give them boric acid. So we know that BV will cause women to have this fishy, white vaginal discharge and it’s because the balance between the good bacteria and bad bacteria is off in the vagina so it messes up your pH. Now I will say this is not first line treatment. We typically just do an antibiotic but if you have what we call recurrent BV, which is when you have three or more documented episodes within 12 months, then we may do the antibiotic plus we’ll try the boric acid. But if you purchase boric acid, remember that you can die if you consume it orally so make sure you keep it away from kids. So you can have it in a couple of different forms. It can come as a suppository or you can use it as a capsule but either way you’ll get this applicator and you just insert it into your vagina and it should help your pH. So I normally tell you not to feed your vagina, but when I do tell you to feed your vagina I recommend boric acid. (laughing) There you go! So there’s an exception to every rule. (clapping) Travis. The most interesting OBGYN in the world. (cheering) Oh dear.