How Much Do You Know About Vaginitis?

Vaginitis is the inflammation caused by microorganism infection when the defense function of vaginal mucosa is destroyed.


To maintain a normal vaginal environment, replace vaginal mycobacterium of laboratory culture after using antiseptic to kill all microorganisms in the vagina, including normal bacteria. There are full of mycobacterium in a normal woman’s vagina, mycobacterium can produce lactic acid (it is the smell of vagina), it keeps the PH of the vagina between three and four, and inhibits the reproduction of other microorganisms, it is called the vagina guard, which acts as a vaginal self-cleaning role. Becuase vaginal mycobacterium is the natural enemy of other pathogenic microorganisms, so its reduction or absence is the intrinsic cause of vaginitis.

Inoculation of vaginal mycobacterium after cleaning the vaginal environment is Antai’s patent and the trick of treating vaginitis.

Five Hospital Principles of Treating Vaginitis

The patients must follow the roles of etiological treatment, internal and external treatment and treating men and women simultaneously, they need to use drugs continually for 3 menstrual cycles and inoculate new bacteria.

Etiological treatment of vaginitis is to determine the real pathogenic microorganism of vaginitis before adopting any treatments, and determine the type, use and dosage of a drug based on susceptible tests. It can change the simple treatment into a complex treatment, minor disease into a major disease without understanding the etiology before adopt any treatments, it will not only delay the treating opportunity, but also will seriously affect the quality of patients’ life.

Internal and external treatment of vaginitis means to using both internal and external medication. To kill microorganisms that have invaded the interstitial spaces of tissues or body fluids, internal medication are mainly intravenous, supplemented by taking medicine. Taking medicine is to kill the pathogenic microorganisms attached to the vaginal mucosa.

Treating men and women simultaneously means that vaginitis can be transmitted through sexual intercourse, and the world health organization has classified it as a sexually transmitted disease, the partner pf the patient is a pathogen carrier even if he is not sick, and if only one partenter has been treated, he or she will soon be reinfected by sexual intercourse, this is why both of the partners has to be treated together.

They should have the same medication type, which is infusion plus external use for three courses. It is to use the drugs for three menstrual cycles continuously, because the pathogen microorganisms have two survival modes, namely the reproductive body and the inclusion body. The inclusion body is in its hibernation form, which doesn’t metabolize or reproduce, so once it encounters an adverse environment of drug treatment or food shortage, part of it becomes the inclusion body to preserve its strength. This part of the inclusion body can’t be killed by the drug. But during period it begins to absorb menstrual blood and become a reproductive body and result in sick. Therefore, it takes three consecutive cycles to eradicate all pathogenic microorganisms.

Inoculation means that when vaginal pathogens are eliminated, normal mycobacteria are eliminated, if you don’t inoculate the normal flora in time, the vagina will soon be occupied by other miscellaneous bacteria, then the original treatment will be useless, this is the key of repeated vaginitis. Sterilization and replacement of vaginal bacteria are the unique radical  treatment at Beijing Antai Hospital. And this treatment requires an appointment in advance.

Vaginitis is the inflammation caused by microorganism infection when the defense function of vaginal mucosa is destroyed. The main clinical characteristic of vaginitis are changed with the character of leucorrhea and burning pain of vulva ulcer, dyspareunia (sexual intercourse pain) is common as well, there are symptoms of urine pain, urgent urination and so on after urethral infection.

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