Why is this Important?
The vagina consists of trillions of microorganisms, mostly bacteria, plus some fungi and viruses. The microbiome resides in the gut, oral mucosa, and the vagina. The vaginal microbiome is a complex ecosystem in the female reproductive tract. Vaginal infections or sexually transmitted diseases will develop when the vaginal microbiome is out of balance. Specific lactobacilli symbionts restore a health microbiome and maintain the pH of the vaginal mucosa.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Why do you get vaginal infections?
- What kind of infection? Is it bacterial, fungal or viral?
- How to measure the viral microbiome, inflammation, pH, and infections?
- Pharmaceutical and natural management of vaginal infections
Video Duration: 46:09
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