I just get my Pap Smear Report and it says Predominance of coccobacilli consistent with shift in vaginalflora Reactive inflammation atypical repair Comments are severe inflammation abundant neutrophils ...
hi doctor i am 32 years old in microbiology vaginal swab examination : specimen high vaginal swab gram stain few gram (+ve)cocci seen type of culture bacterial result culture normal flora grown after ...
Hi, ten days ago I had total vaginal hysterectomy with anterior and posterior repairs. I am 68 and no trouble with menopause. Am feeling pretty good, bit tired. While taking shower I carefully felt around how ...
After rounds of seven day twice a day doses of antibiotics to treat bacterialvaginitis , I always get a yeast infection then I take monistat then bacterialvaginitis comes back. Its been three years I ...
I got hit in the throat. Hurt bad all the time for two days. Doesnt hurt all the time anymore , but I have a difficulty swallowing anything. It feels like there is something stuck in my throat all the time. Looked at it in the mirror and can see...
in vaginalflora Reactive inflammation atypical repair Comments are severe inflammation abundant neutrophils. What does that mean I am 24years old,female,has a normal menstral cycle.before i had an vaginal yeast ...
Hi, Thanks for contacting HCM
Treatment for bacterial vaginosis include oral antibiotics,probiotics and vaginal gels.
thanks Dr Hariom Sharma
If a contineous vaginal discharge in green a normal? Yearly papsmear with normal flora findings.
Hi Thanks for using HCM.
It is not normal. You may be infected by micro organism like pseudomonas. Get speculum examination once.
Can you pass bacterial vaginosis to your partner?
Thank you for your query.
Yes, you can pass bacterial infection to your partner if you have vaginal infection.
I hope I have answered your query to your satisfaction.
Wishing you all the best.
Rajiv K Khandelwal
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