Explanation Of The Results Of Examinations Of Bacteria And Fungi In The Vagina?
Want to ask, I already checked iva (married status). Then directed to the laboratory to draw blood. Lab results are as follows: Diplococcus: negative Leukocytes: mashypae: positive Celecell: positive Please explain in more detail the results and how to overcome them. Thank you. Hopefully sharing from a doctor can provide many benefits and blessings.
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First I want to confirm first, is the examination that you do is IVA (visual inspection with acetic acid) or examination of vaginal discharge? Are the laboratory results you mentioned are the results of vaginal secretions? Are there certain clinical symptoms that you feel?
If the results you have mentioned are vaginal secretions, they indicate inflammation in your vagina and inflammation caused by bacterial vaginosis (most often caused by Gardnerella vaginalis infection) and fungal infections (most often Candida fungal infections). Both of these microorganisms are normal microorganisms found in the vagina, but sometimes can cause infection and inflammation in the vagina if the balance in the vagina is disturbed. Balance in the vagina can be disrupted if a woman often does a vaginal wash (douche) with certain soap / chemicals / herbs, uses certain medicines regularly, frequently changes sexual partners.
It is recommended that you bring the results of the laboratory examination back to the doctor who recommends the examination for further evaluation related to your clinical symptoms and physical examination results. If clinical symptoms are consistent with bacterial vaginosis and fungal infections, the doctor will prescribe drugs that can treat both (antibiotics and antifungals). You cannot get this type of medicine if you have not done a direct examination to the doctor and you should also not be able to buy without a prescription from a doctor. Therefore, immediately conduct an examination to the doctor for further treatment.
Henceforth, avoid doing douches, avoid changing sexual partners, and always consult the use of hard drugs to the doctor.
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