Easy ways to overcome vaginal dysbiosis

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 29th August 2018

A woman with menstruation stomach painVaginal dysbiosis, otherwise – vaginosis, is a disease that almost every woman has suffered at least once in her life. In fact, this ailment is a consequence of the imbalance of lactobacilli and pathogenic microflora; in the norm, the latter is present in the body in minimal quantities.
The vaginal flora of a healthy woman is 95% composed of beneficial bacteria. Their purpose is to produce lactic acid and other antibacterial substances, thereby preventing the development of undesirable processes that cause “harmful” microorganisms.
The causes of vaginal dysbacteriosis may be as follows:

  • pathology of the intestine, including chronic constipation, in this case, the pathogenic microflora is “sowed” in the vagina, creating the imbalance as mentioned above;
  • hypothermia, single or permanent that leads to a decrease in local immunity and causes dysbacteriosis of the vagina;
  • diabetes;
  • inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs, as well as STDs;
  • active sexual life with a frequent change of partners;
  • prolonged treatment with antibiotics;
  • Particular attention to prevention, and, if necessary, the treatment of dysbiosis should be given to pregnant women. All because the presence of this disease can cause premature birth, and in the first trimester of pregnancy to provoke a miscarriage.

Vaginal dysbiosis: diagnosis and treatment.

With timely diagnosis (for this enough gynaecological smear) and referral to a doctor, you can completely get rid of the disease within a couple of weeks. The attending physician, having diagnosed vaginal dysbacteriosis, can prescribe:

  • Tablets from vaginal dysbiosis;
  • Gels and vaginal suppositories from dysbacteriosis are also used.

As a supplement, to normalise the microflora of the vagina, use probiotics and bifilacts – sour-milk products with a high content of lacto- and bifidobacteria.
Please note that this disease is not venereal and is not sexually transmitted. However, until the end of treatment, a woman should refrain from having sexual intercourse.
Doctors recommend regular prophylaxis of dysbacteriosis – take sour-milk products containing the right bacteria, healthy eating, play sports, avoid stress and not lead a disorderly sexual life. Colonic Irrigation will help maintain healthy microflora in the large intestine, which is a prevention of the disease too.