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PCOS is one the most common endocrine disorders affecting about 5-14% of women of reproductive age and leading cause of infertility. Interest in PCOS is constantly growing due to the accumulating evidence that it goes much beyond a reproductive disorder.
Infertility is defined as “a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse”.
15% of all couples over the world is infertile, while female infertility is responsible for 30% of cases.
Except for specific diseases, oligo- or anovulation, tubes obstruction and implantation failure are the most common causes.
Anyhow an important rate of women with fertility problems cannot find an answer to clarify the origin of these problems.
Vaginal infections and vaginitis are very common so much so that most women will experience one or the other, and likely both, during their lifetime.
1 woman out of 3 coming back to the doctor for a persistent infection reports reinfections, recurrence or resistance after antibiotic treatment and 80% of cases it is due to the presence of Bacterial Vaginal Biofilm.
Menopause, also known as the CLIMACTERIC, is the time when menstrual periods stop permanently, and women are no longer able to bear children. It typically occurs between 49 and 52 years of age
During the MENOPAUSAL transition and after menopause, women can experience a wide range of symptoms with short-, medium-, and long-term effects.
Vaginal affections are an underdiagnosed and undertreated problem whose symptoms affect 30 – 45% of midlife and older women.
Physiologically they manifests with symptoms of vaginal dryness, vaginal irritation, vaginal itching and may affect sexual function due to dyspareunia and diminished lubrication. All of them may seriously damage self-image, body awareness and self-esteem.