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In recent years, we have witnessed numerous studies that prove that the use of probiotics has a positive effect on human health and that it strengthens the immunity.
If the digestive system is healthy, the whole organism will be healthy
Improving intestinal immunity boosts systemic immunity, which is why the role of probiotics is very important for strengthening the immunity, both local and systemic. The balance of good bacteria determines the complete health of the organism, and the imbalance leads to immunity decline and disease.
Probiotics activate mechanisms against chronic infection and have an extremely strong effect on the immune system. The role of probiotics in preserving a woman’s intimate health as well as the prevention of cervical cancer, is especially emphasized.
"All disease begins in the gut.”
- Contain lactobacilli that are normally present in the vaginal flora
- The concentration of lactobacilli should be high in order for the effect to be complete
- Probiotic strains to be well tested and stable
Disturbed balance of the vaginal flora, a decrease in the concentration of “good bacteria” and an increase in pathogenic microorganisms leads to the appearance of vaginal infections.
Vaginal infections most often occur due to decreased immunity due to stress, long-term use of antibiotics and antifungal drugs, during pregnancy, menopause, due to disease (diabetes), before and after gynecological interventions, operations, after childbirth, due to contraceptive use.
Also, wearing inadequate laundry, irregular hygiene, frequent use of daily pads, climate change, travel, going to the pool, have an impact on disturbing the balance of the vaginal flora, leading to vaginal infections.
From the vaginal infections, the most common is bacterial vaginosis which is caused by bacteria, then a fungal infection – candidiasis. There are also parasitic Trichomonas infection, sexually transmitted diseases (gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis), viral infections (HPV, herpes virus infections).
Bacterial infections are present in 50% of women, and fungal infections in 40%.
Most women will have a vaginal infection at least once in their lifetime, and as many as 50% of them have recurring or frequent infections, and this is a problem for many women.
Bacterial vaginosis and fungal infection are characterized by increased discharge, but the appearance of the discharge is different. In bacterial vaginosis, the discharge is thin, white or grayish in color, with a specific smell of rotten fish. Pain and irritation are present, itching is less pronounced. With bacterial vaginosis, the pH increases, changing from acidic to alkaline.
Fungal infection is characterized by the appearance of a thick, white discharge with or without a mild odor. In candidiasis, there is a very intense itching and irritation, and in untreated patients there is pain during sexual intercourse and urination. The skin of the vulva is distinctly red and the infection spreads from the vagina to the vulvar region.