The predisposing factors leading to the development of bacterial vaginosis include the following:
Bacterial vaginosis is a disease most often associated with changes in the microflora in the vagina. The most common causes of this disease are hormonal imbalance, intestinal dysbiosis, impaired immunity, taking medications (antibiotics, anticancer drugs) and non-compliance with personal hygiene rules. Bacterial vaginosis is not a sexually transmitted disease.
Today, a two-stage method of BV treatment is generally recognized. Its principle is to create optimal physiological conditions for the vaginal environment and restore microbiocenosis.
At the first stage of treatment, antibiotic therapy is used.
At the second stage, drugs are prescribed that correct the pH and restore the biotope of the vaginal environment.