Dr. Adedayo A answered:
2 years ago
ok...I see your concern now and will try to address it.
is she having any symptoms that may point to infection...these may be abnormal vaginal discharge,smelly vaginal discharge,deep pain during sex,abnormal vaginal bleed not related to her normal menses,lower tummy pain,pain or burning during urination,fever.....
next thing you want to ask is how did she get an infection...Most PIDs are sexually transmitted meaning likely from you, does she douch(she needs to stop),did she recently have an IUD inserted.
Lastly please ignore staphylococcus,it's more than likely a contaminant because of poorly taken samples and does not need to be treated.
for treatment it should be straightforward if there is truly something to treat.so far during out conversation,you have not told me anything to make think she actually has one and why you did all these tests in the first place.
PID or.bacteriap vaginosis is treated with antibiotics(personally,I don't think she has), and the antibiotics you were given above sound ok.