Saturday, September 1, 2012

Danger Vaginal Discharge in Pregnancy

Danger vaginal discharge in pregnancy. When pregnant, women often become more susceptible to vaginal discharge. Although the actual discharge is common. However pregnant women should be attentive to the reproductive organs, including the vagina. Do not underestimate the problem withish during pregnancy, especially in the first tri months.

Vaginal discharge is one symptom of infection in the vagina (bacterial vaginosis), which occurs due to disruption of the normal bacterial balance of "good" bacteria due to "evil" that grow rapidly in the vagina. Bad bacteria that grow in the vagina will make the pH (level of acidity) of the vagina increases.

Normally, vaginal pH conditions in the range of 4.5 to the bottom. However, the increased activity of bacteria in the vagina and lead to whitish can increase the pH levels up to the number seven. This will disrupt bacterial infections fetal development and fetal damage cells thus increasing the risk of Premature Rupture of Membrane (PROM), or premature rupture of membranes.

In addition, excessive whitish which is characterized by the presence of mucus greenish white and smells can also result in premature birth. In fact, about 50 percent of premature births are caused by infection of the vagina caused by bacteria. Premature births will lead to various health problems, such as cerebral palsy, blindness, to cognitive impairment. Vaginal discharge can also increase the risk of infant death up to 40-fold.

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