Many women dream of becoming pregnant. But two strips on the test is able to enter into a stupor and force us to think seriously about the future life. But if pregnancy is not only unexpected but also unwanted, the girl and does not know what to do next. See more details below.
Now, the woman asked ourselves the question: I’m pregnant, what to do next? First of all, you need to decide whether the desired child, or not. To find out it was sometimes very difficult. For example, if a woman is married or
has a permanent and serious relationship, in this case, the arrival of a baby is quite logical and natural phenomenon. But there can be a lot of “but”. So, probably, the relationship between the couple deteriorated Continue reading
How do you catch ureaplasmosis?
Ureaplasmosis, or mycoplasmosis is a disease, sexually transmitted and caused by group of bacteria called Mycoplasma. His second name — anaplasmosis, which became even more popular than the main, the disease got the ability of some mycoplasmas to the splitting of urea, that is to realize.
As already mentioned, anaplasmosis is transmitted sexually. We often hear
the questions “is it possible to be infected with anaplasmosis in the pool, in the sauna, on the beach etc.” The answer to these questions is simple – Yes, you can get infected anywhere, but the disease agent can get from one person to another only through sexual intercourse. Typically, mycoplasmas are transmitted with the classic sexual intercourse without using a condom and oral sex, but also known cases of infection Continue reading
What is thrush?
Thrush – infection of skin and mucous membranes caused by opportunistic yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida.
The term “thrush” is a collective, because quite often they are called various diseases have, however, one of the pathogen. Speaking of thrush in women, most often referring to Candida vulvovaginitis, men – candidal balanoposthitis and newborn thrush implies candidal stomatitis, glossitis or cheilitis.
Causes of yeast infection
Thrush is caused by yeast fungi of the genus Candida (C. albicans and C. glabrata, C. tropicalis, C. crusei, etc.). In small numbers they are part of the normal microflora of the mouth, intestines, vagina and skin of almost all healthy people. The development of yeast infection occurs when excessive multiplication of these fungi in the body that can be caused by a number of reasons: