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2018-02-24T13:54:08
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Candidiasis, A Vaginal yeast Infection commonly seen in OPD What is Candidiasis? Candidiasis is a vaginal yeast infection commonly seen in females. A healthy vaginal flora does comprise of bacteria and some yeast cells. When the vaginal flora alters yeast cells can multiply causing intense itching, swelling and irritation. What are the symptoms of a Candidiasis? Vaginal yeast infections have a common set of symptoms, such as • Whitish gray clumpy discharge (cottage cheese) • Vaginal Itching • Burning during urination or sex • Swelling around the vagina • Pain during sex • Soreness • Rash • Fever • Nausea • Vomiting What causes Candidiasis? Candida is a naturally occurring microorganism in the vagina. Lactobacillus bacteria keeps its growth in check. If the vaginal flora alters Lactobacillus bacteria won’t work effectively leading to overgrowth of yeast causing the symptoms of vaginal yeast infection. Several factors can cause a yeast infection including; • Use of Antibiotic altering vaginal flora • Pregnancy • Weak Immune system • Uncontrolled Diabetes • Poor eating habits • Hormonal imbalance • Stress • Lack of Sleep How is it Diagnosed? Your Gynecologist will perform a pelvic exam and examine your vaginal walls and cervix. They will look at the surrounding area for external signs of infection. If you have had repetitive yeast infection a sample will be send to lab for identification of organism. How is it treated? Commonly used medications are • Fluconazole • Terconazole • Itraconazole • Long term prescription of fluconazole might even be prescribed once a week for six week • Boric and or Clotrimazole acid suppository • Dusting Clotrimazole Powder • pH balancing Vaginal wash
2018-02-24T06:51:15
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Candidiasis, A Vaginal yeast Infection commonly seen in OPD What is Candidiasis? Candidiasis is a vaginal yeast infection commonly seen in females. A healthy vaginal flora does comprise of bacteria and some yeast cells. When the vaginal flora alters yeast cells can multiply causing intense itching, swelling and irritation. What are the symptoms of a Candidiasis? Vaginal yeast infections have a common set of symptoms, such as • Whitish gray clumpy discharge (cottage cheese) • Vaginal Itching • Burning during urination or sex • Swelling around the vagina • Pain during sex • Soreness • Rash • Fever • Nausea • Vomiting What causes Candidiasis? Candida is a naturally occurring microorganism in the vagina. Lactobacillus bacteria keeps its growth in check. If the vaginal flora alters Lactobacillus bacteria won’t work effectively leading to overgrowth of yeast causing the symptoms of vaginal yeast infection. Several factors can cause a yeast infection including; • Use of Antibiotic altering vaginal flora • Pregnancy • Weak Immune system • Uncontrolled Diabetes • Poor eating habits • Hormonal imbalance • Stress • Lack of Sleep How is it Diagnosed? Your Gynecologist will perform a pelvic exam and examine your vaginal walls and cervix. They will look at the surrounding area for external signs of infection. If you have had repetitive yeast infection a sample will be send to lab for identification of organism. How is it treated? Commonly used medications are • Fluconazole • Terconazole • Itraconazole • Long term prescription of fluconazole might even be prescribed once a week for six week • Boric and or Clotrimazole acid suppository • Dusting Clotrimazole Powder • pH balancing Vaginal wash
2018-02-22T06:05:15
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2018-02-20T06:26:54
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Endometriosis is a very challenging condition. It is a gynecological enigma. The true incidence of pelvic endometriosis in women still remains largely unknown, despite several studies quoting variable figures. Chronic pelvic pain and infertility have been the most common features in women with endometriosis. However, the cause/effect relationship between endometriosis and infertility remains a subject of debate. Endometriosis is found to be more in nulliparous women & women with pelvic pain and less among fertile women and women with amenorrhoea. We now believe that retrograde menstruation is probably the cause for the occurrence of pelvic endometriosis. We proposed that infertility or non-conception with persistent menstruation for several years after menarche most likely lead to endometriosis, which when it leads to adhesions further compromises fertility. We strongly believe that it is not the other way that (Endometriosis causes Infertility) around as is commonly believed.
2018-02-20T06:23:58
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