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Acidophilus Bacterial Vaginosis

Acidophilus bacterial vaginosis could be an indication of other viruses present, such as human papillomavirus or venereal wart virus. This infection is quickly cured, but if left untreated can increase a women’s risk of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) endometritis cervicitis, pregnancy complications and post-operative infections among other health conditions. For pregnant women who have this infection, treatment is especially important. Acidophilus bacterial vaginosis could be an indication of other viruses present, such as human papillomavirus or venereal wart virus.

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Acidophilus Bacterial Vaginosis

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Human Papillomavirus, Venereal Wart

Regardless of symptoms, any woman that has had a premature delivery or low birth weight baby in the past should be tested for the possible presence of the infection. Up to 16% of pregnant women have BV and have increased risk for complications in the US. Acidophilus bacterial vaginosis could be an indication of other viruses present, such as human papillomavirus or venereal wart virus.

Other Topics: HPV, Picture of HPV Infection, HPV Vaccine, Human Papilloma Virus HPV, HPV Vaccines, Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Cancer Human Papilloma Virus, HPV and Cervical Cancer, Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Links Wart

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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