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The doctor said you have Vaginitis. Now what?

The vagina of a healthy woman has a certain amount of acidity or pH. Normal vaginal pH is 3.8-4.2. Bad bacteria, viruses and yeast cannot usually grow in this pH. 372 more words

Hormones Or Not

New study: Vaginitis - Pipeline Insight Market Research Report , 2017

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Vaginitis-Pipeline Insights, 2017”, report provides comprehensive insights of the ongoing therapeutic research and development across Vaginitis. The report provides a complete understanding of the pipeline activities covering all clinical, pre-clinical and discovery stage products. 352 more words

Vaginitis - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References

This is a 3-in-1 reference book. It gives a complete medical dictionary covering hundreds of terms and expressions relating to vaginitis. It also gives extensive lists of bibliographic citations. 71 more words


Homeopathy for Leucorrhoea (white discharge)

Leucorrhoea, which is also commonly know as “white discharge” (“shvet pradar” in hindi) is common problem in female. Normally (physiologically), vaginal discharge occurs during ovulation, during pregnancy, and in some women, few days before menses. 218 more words

Geriatric Gynecology - Mitchell

Slide set from Education Day, 3/1/17, by Dr Sabrina Mitchell covering topics in Geri Gyn – including lichen simplex chronicus, lichen planus, pessaries and atrophic vaginitis.


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The Secret Health Benefits of Probiotics for Women

Appreciation for the role probiotic bacteria play in promoting good health has reached the mainstream, and now more people than ever before are taking notice. Whether they’re reaching for yogurt or… 884 more words

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FDA gives de novo approval for BD's vaginitis detector

BD has gotten FDA market authorization for a first-of-its-kind molecular test to detect the most common causes for vaginitis.

As BD explained it its press release on Monday, laboratories and clinicians will now have the ability to use a single test to detect microorganisms responsible for Bacterial Vaginosis (BV), Trichomoniasis (TV) and Vulvovaginal Candidiasis (VVC), also known as a yeast infection, which are the most common infectious causes of vaginitis.   292 more words