Intimate Flora Probiotics

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Probiotics for the Intimate Flora

Vaginal infections are usually the product of alterations in the vaginal microbiota, either due to an estrogen alteration linked to menstruation, the presence of some type of fungus, sexual intercourse or the use of non-specific personal hygiene products for the intimate zone, with the result of damages for the vaginal flora, which damage its protective function.

By using antibiotic or antifungal treatments, you act directly on the microorganisms that cause the infection, but you can also affect the balance of the vaginal microbiota. For this reason, the use of probiotics is highly recommended, which favor the recovery of this protective barrier of vaginal health, both in situations of acute imbalance and for the daily maintenance of the intimate area.

Recovers the vaginal flora and the body's defense mechanisms, reducing relapses and restoring proper vaginal function thanks to probiotics such as lactobacilli, which have a high capacity for adhesion to the vaginal mucosa and are very beneficial for the microflora. Remedy vaginal imbalances by stopping the growth of harmful bacteria and fungi, the main causes of vaginal infections, through probiotics orally (in tablets, capsules or vials) or topically (with faster effectiveness when used directly on the site of the infection, usually requiring shorter treatments). Ensure good care regarding intimate hygiene thanks to the probiotics that you will find in Farma2Go.

Main Consequences of an Unbalanced Intimate Flora

When the flora is unbalanced and in poor condition, discomfort and irritation arise, which can facilitate the development of other types of pathogenic microorganisms in the intimate area that trigger more serious damage, such as candidal vaginitis , an infection caused by the increase in Candida fungi, generating intense itching, irritation and a thick, whitish discharge; or bacterial vaginosis , characterized by an alteration of the vaginal flora due to an increase in pathogenic bacteria that cause itching, abundant flow and an unpleasant odor.