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vaginitis

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on 22 April 2015

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Transcript of vaginitis

vaginitis
Types of vaginitis
The most common are

Bacterial vaginosis
Caused by overgrowth of normal bacteria in the vagina. Patients usually have less of the normal vaginal bacteria called lactobacilli
Trichomoniasis
Sometimes referred to as trich. It is a sexually transmitted single-celled protozoan parasite Trichonomas vaginalis. It may infect other parts of the urogenital tract, including the urethra (where urine comes out of) as well as the vagina.
Candida albicans
This yeast-like fungal organism is what causes thrush. It exists in small amounts in the gut and is normally kept in check by bacteria.
Atrophic vaginitis
The lining of the vagina, gets thinner when estrogen levels go down during the menopause. This makes the lining more susceptible to irritation and inflammation
means inflammation of the vagina
What are the symptoms of vaginitis?
Irritation of the genital area
A symptom is something the patient feels and reports
Vaginal discharge
Inflammation
Redness, swelling of the labia majora, labia minora and perineal area; mainly because of the presence of extra immune cells.
Dysuria
Pain or discomfort when urinating
Dyspareunia
Painful sexual intercourse

Foul vaginal odor
Dryness of vaginal

Solution of vagainitis
New Sept
C
andidiasis,
B
acterial vaginosis and
T
richmonisasis.
G
onnrrhea,
C
hlamydia,
M
ycoplasma,
H
erpes, Some
P
arasites and
Poor Hygiene
.

Turpentine
antiseptic
Methyl paraben
It is a fungicide and anti-bacterial AGENT
Propyl paraben
highly effective in preventing the growth of fungi, bacteria and yeas
Irritation of the genital area
Inflammation - redness
swelling of the labia majora
labia minora and perineal area
Foul vaginal odor.
propylene glycol
Humectants
Glycerin
Humectants
Dexpanthenol
Humectants, Emollient, Moisturizer
Vitamin E
Antioxidant
Hydrolised Collagen
increasing lean muscle mass stores
Hydrolised Elastin

Known for being a great moisturizing and conditioning ingredient
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