Bacterial vaginosis

Bacterial vaginosisby definition, a vaginal dysbiosis and is not related to sexually transmitted diseases.

What is it?

In every healthy woman's vagina has its own set of micro-organisms called microflora. Of the normal microflora is fairly constant and is similar in healthy women. Normally, the main microorganisms vaginal lactobacilli are.

When lactobacilli are replaced by anaerobic organisms (Gardnerella vaginalis, Mobiluncus, Mycoplasma hominis, Bacteroides, Enterococcus) Develops Bacterial vaginosis. Before was evaluated the role of other bacteria, the disease often called gardnerellezom.

According to medical statistics, to date, the disease affects up to 20% of all women aged 18 to

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The immune response to inflammation intimate

Despite the continuous improvement of methods of microbiological diagnosis and the development of new antimicrobial agents, there is a group infectious and inflammatory disease, the incidence of which in recent decades has been stably high without decreasing.

It is an infection of female genitalia. According to statistics, they rank first among all gynecological diseases with a frequency of occurrence of about 60 percent. A significant portion of these diseases are infections of the vulva and vagina.

The reasons for this situation somewhat. Among them — the variety of pathogens infectious and inflammatory diseases of the female

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Intimate dysbiosis

As a rule, women are faced with a diagnosis of "dysbiosis" at a reception at the gastroenterologist, believing that it is an unpleasant condition occurs only in the intestine. But it is an insidious disease and can harm the genitals, causing a host of complications, including infertility.

Itching, burning, vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odor — all of these symptoms eloquently about what occurred in the intimate microflora imbalance and pathogenic bacteria multiply. In other words, it is an unpleasant and dangerous disease "bacterial vaginosis" (vaginal dysbiosis), treatment is by no means impossible to pigeonhole.

 

Why there

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Green energy can be truly green

A few years ago, was first recorded the receipt of electricity from a living plant. But now the investigation of a number of American, Dutch and Japanese scientists have come to a point where it became clear possibility of commercialization of bacterial fuel cells (BTE), powered by the waste products of plants.

Such BTE simultaneously generate electricity and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions.

American Ueyld Gordon, the inventor of Illinois, first discovered in 2006 that the metal nail driven into the wood and the metal wire connections is buried in the ground plate that acts as the anode, through which

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