Explanation Of The Results Of The Vaginal Secretion Test?
I want to ask. How to read the vaginal secret test results from the laboratory? This is the result r n1. By staining, diploccocus r n2 was not found. Cocus germs are rod-shaped + r n3. What is negative leukocyte r nMksdny? And what disease did I have? thank you
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Previously, it should be noted that in making a diagnosis, in-depth interviews, physical examinations, and if necessary supporting examinations by a doctor, need to be carried out.
For this reason, only supporting examinations, including examination of vaginal fluids as you conveyed are not sufficient to make a diagnosis without the existence of in-depth interview data and your physical examination.
What we can help you with is providing an interpretation of your investigations. But again, these results cannot be used as a basis for determining the cause of your illness without a physical examination and in-depth interview.
The interpretation of the results of the vaginal discharge that you describe is:
1. No diplococcus germs were found -> on the examination of vaginal fluids, the discovery of gram-negative diplococcus bacteria accompanied by an increase in white blood cells (PMN leukocytes) indicates the presence of Neisseria Gonorrhea bacteria which causes gonorrhea. The absence of these germs indicates that you are unlikely to have N. gonorrhea infection
2. Rod-shaped germs -> found in bacteria in your vagina. There are many bacteria that are shaped like this, so we cannot predict the specific type of bacteria without further information. These germs can be normal germs that are in the vagina, it can also be disease-causing germs
3. Negative leukocytes -> no white blood cells are found. White blood cells are a marker of bacterial infection. With no cells found, the chances of inflammation in your current vaginal condition are small
As noted above, these results need to be combined with in-depth interviews and physical examinations. So, it's a good idea to discuss the results of the vaginal discharge that you attach to the doctor who gave you the introduction to the examination, because the doctor is the one who conducted the interview and your physical examination, so that your diagnosis can be confirmed by the doctor.
To maintain the health of female organs, what you need to do is:
Clean the genitals from the front to the back Clean the female organs every time you shower Avoid using pants that are too tight As much as possible limit the use of vaginal washing soap That's all my explanation, hopefully it helps and is useful :)
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