Prevalence of Bacterial Vaginosis and Associated Factors among Non Pregnant Women: A Recent Study

Bacterial vaginosis is a common cause of vaginal infection and irregular vaginal discharge in sexually active women. The study took place in the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Vinayaka Missions Medical College and Hospital in Karaikal, Puducherry, from January

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Critical Study on Prevalence of Bacterial Vaginosis among Antenatal Patients at Federal Teaching Hospital Abakaliki, South East Nigeria

The most common cause of vaginal discharge in women of child-bearing age is bacterial vaginosis (BV). Of these women, about half are asymptomatic. Adverse effects are consistently associated with pregnancy and puerperium bacterial vaginosis. In order to analyze the prevalence,

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Diagnosis of Bacterial Vaginosis a Common Vaginal Infection among First-Time Antenatal Clinic Attendees: Evidence from a Tertiary Health Facility in North-West Nigeria

Background: Multiple adverse reproductive and pregnancy-related outcomes have been prospectively linked to bacterial vaginosis. Objective: To evaluate the prevalence in Northwest Nigeria of bacteria vaginosis among first-time antenatal clinic tourists. Plan, Environment and Subjects of the Study: A cross-sectional study

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