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Bacterial vaginosis: are men involved?

Bacterial vaginosis, linked to an imbalance in the vaginal microbiota, may be caused by bacteria present in the penile microbiota of some men and transmitted during sexual intercourse.   Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a highly common infection. Often displaying few symptoms, the disease can ...
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The prevention of bacterial vaginosis could depend on what you eat

According to a study, a low intake of betaine, found in sugar beet, seafood, wheat bran and spinach, could increase the risk of vaginosis. Betaine also plays a key role in liver, cardiovascular and kidney health.   Bacterial vaginosis is a frequent, difficult-to-treat female disorder caus...
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Bacterial vaginosis: could there soon be a vaginal microbiota transplant ?

Could the success of fecal microbiota transplant to treat recurrent Clostridium difficile infections be extended to vaginal microbiota transplant for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis? This is what a team of American researchers hope to accomplish.   A healthy vaginal microbiota is cha...
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