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A vaginal yeast infection is a very common fungal infection that can affect as many as 3 out of 4 women. The yeast (fungus) responsible for this is called Candida Albicans.
The infection occurs when hormonal changes, medication, or immune system issues allow the Candida Albicans to grow excessively.
Birth control helps prevent or temporarily delay pregnancy. This includes hormonal birth control, barrier birth control, or emergency contraception. Other common methods of birth control include:
· IUD: an intrauterine T-shaped device that fits inside the uterus of a woman, lowering the chances of pregnancy to less than 1 percent.
· Vasectomy: a routine procedure that prevents pregnancy by blocking sperms from entering the semen when ejaculating.
· Tubal ligation: a surgical procedure that ties the fallopian tubes of a woman.
· Birth control implants: devices that release hormones by going under the skin to prevent pregnancy.
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Like other areas of the body — such as the mouth and the gut — the vagina also has a complex ecosystem of bacteria that keep it healthy.
When the production of these bacteria is imbalanced or uncontrolled, it can cause a condition known as bacterial vaginitis. Bacterial vaginitis (BV) often causes itching, pain, and abnormal discharge.
There are the most commonly occurring types of BV:
Trichomoniasis: it’s a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by a single-celled parasite called Trichomonas Vaginalis. This parasite enters your body during sexual intercourse with an infected person.