Ascending Infection

GYNAGYN PH TEST DEVICE IS THE MODERN CONCEPT OF PROTECTION FOR WOMEN

A disturbance in the micro ecological balance in the vagina (e.g. dysbiosis) is often connected with an increase in the pH level. Vaginal pH levels that is higher than 4.5 can lead to many gynaecological complaints and compilations mainly Bacterial Vaginosis.

Stay healthy through pregnancy with GYNAGYN PH TEST DEVICE

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is diagnosed in approx. 15-20% of all pregnant women.

This increases the risk of

  • Premature birth

  • Chorioamnionitis (amnionitis)

  • A premature rupturing of the fetal membrane

  • Fever when giving birth

  • Post partum endometritis (an infection of the mucus membrane in the uterus after giving birth) 

  • A bacterial infection of the fetus.

With the help of regular self-testing of the vaginal pH level, pregnant women can decrease the risk of infection. The measurement of the vaginal pH level is a fixed component of the program for avoiding premature birth according to Prof. E. Saling.

INTIMATE CARE WITH GYNAGYN PH TEST DEVICE:

20-30% of all women attending gynecological consultations suffer from vaginal infections with various complaints:

  • Itching 

  • Burning 

  • Dryness

  • Increased discharge

  • Fishy odor

  • Dysbiosis of the vaginal milieu

A possible cause of complaints of this kind is excessive or incorrect intimate hygiene (douching the vagina too often or using the wrong cleaning products). With GYNAGYN PH TEST DEVICE intimate health problems can be recognized early.

WHEN IS A GOOD TIME TO USE GYNAGYN PH TEST DEVICE? 

  • In cases of bacterial vaginosis (abnormal bacterial colonization of the vagina)

  • Suspected dysbiosis

  •  After treatment against infection (i.e. treatment with antibiotics)

  • As part of preventative medical check ups

  • During pregnancy

  • In the case of a known tendency to give birth prematurely

  • After sexual contact with a new partner

  • When symptoms appear in the vaginal area (burning, itching, fishy odor, discharge) 

  • Before and after surgical interventions on the vagina