Bacterial vaginosis refers to non-inflammatory diseases of the female reproductive organs, and reasonable question arises: “Does bacterial vaginosis need treatment?” There are several reasons why the answer to this question can only be positive.
First of all, bacterial vaginosis brings certain discomfort to woman due to vaginal discharge which is bad smell. Woman will refuse intercourse with sexual partner, which in turn will lead to grumpiness, poor mood, and conflicts with beloved man and decreasing of life quality in general.
Bacterial vaginosis – is a concomitant factor of development of a range of infectious diseases: human papillomavirus infection, cytomegalovirus infection, genital herpes, and various bacterial and fungal vaginitis, and, worst of all – AIDS!
Also do not forget that bacterial vaginosis is a concomitant factor for number of infectious diseases development. In process of bacterial vaginosis development, as we already know, the number of lactobacilli in the vagina significantly reduces and decreases content of lactic acid, which these microbes secrete in the process of life. The formed environment has neutral indicators, and therefore provides ideal conditions for the growth of pathogenic bacteria. Bacterial vaginosis leaves the vagina defenseless against papilloma infection, cytomegalovirus infection, genital herpes, various bacterial and fungal vaginitis, and, worst of all is AIDS!
Bacterial Vaginosis increases the risk of inflammatory diseases of the uterus and appendages (fallopian tube & Ovaries), premature birth, complications during pregnancy and childbirth.
Bacterial Vaginosis during pregnancy can lead to miscarriage; trigger the development of chorioamnionitis (inflammation of fetal membranes) and intrauterine fetal infection. Bacterial vaginosis can also lead to the development of postpartum endometritis.
Therefore, treatment of bacterial vaginosis is a must!