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Avoid Accidents

Many people when they use public and collective health, increase the toilet, use of care, on the one hand, does not guarantee the contact with “contaminated” in the bathroom, on the other hand, puts the user in danger

– It is expressly prohibited rise in the toilet because they were not made to withstand concentrated weight.

– If there is lack of cleaning the toilet, use Womanfree.

– The misuse of the toilet can result in serious accidents.

 

Avoid Collapse Infections

BACTERIAL VAGINOSE
— Caused by bacteria, in particular anaerobic (Gardnerella Vaginalis, Bacteroides SP, Mobiluncus SP, Mycoplasmas, Peptoestreptococus. There are others, but not so important), which are normally in small quantities in the vagina, but when they cause the infection, they predominate in more than 90%.
Its increase is linked to a lack or decline of lactobacilli acidophilous, which normally are the dominant agent in the normal vagina.
It manifests itself with a gray white running, creamy appearance, sometimes with bubbles, strong smell, which is more pronounced after sexual intercourse and during menstruation, characterizing itself as “smell of fish”, and sometimes pain in sex, while almost half of women with bacterial vaginosis are completely asymptomatic.
The most important factors that could cause bacterial vaginosis are:
• contamination by sperm, hands, public restrooms, bides, bad care with regard to cleaning and so forth;
• contamination by feces;
• the intestinal bacterium (e coli) is associated with sex. First through the anus and then through the vagina. It is also caused by improper use of toilet paper.
The diagnosis is made through the following tests:
• a fresh examination of the contents or stained vaginal smear, which shows the presence of “key cells” or “clue-cells” that are epithelial cells, covered with bacteria attached to its surface;
• The extent of vaginal pH, which is a simple and rapid test, which produces valuable information. This is accomplished through a strip of pH indicator paper, placed in contact with the vaginal wall, for one minute. Care must be taken not to touch the neck, which has a pH much more basic to the vagina and can distort the reading. The value of the normal vaginal pH ranging goes from 4.0 to 4.5. In bacterial vaginosis it is always greater than 4.5;
• Test of the amines: some amines are produced by vaginal bacterial flora, particularly by anaerobic bacteria. These amines can be identified when the vaginal content is mixed with 1 or 2 drops of KOH to 10%.
In the presence of bacterial vaginosis, is the release of amines with fetid odors, similar to the smell of rotten fish occurs.
The diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis is confirmed when these three of the following criteria, or just the last two are presented:
• homogeneous vaginal discharge, usually gray and variable quantity;
• vaginal pH greater than 4.5;
• positive test of the amines;
• presence of “clue cells” in the examination bacterioscópico, coupled with the absence of lactobacilli.
The treatment in pregnant women, or not, is done with drugs.
During treatment, you should avoid the intake of alcohol (antabuse effect, which is the framework consequent to the interaction of derivatives imidazólicos with alcohol, and is characterized by malaise, nausea, dizziness, “metallic taste in the mouth”).
The partners must be treated in most cases.
SOME TIPS FOR PREVENTION: 
To keep themselves away from vaginosis and contamination by feces, some practical tips should be observed carefully for day-to-date:
• Use condoms and, especially, when do anal sex and then, vaginal sex, use a condom for each relationship. Never reuse a condom;
• When urinate or evacuate, do the cleaning always in the direction of the vulva to the anus, not unlike;
• Do not use the bide to intimate hygiene, there can be risk of contamination by feces kept in the shower drain of the bide. The most appropriate is to use the little mobile shower.
• Avoid using public toilets poorly maintained;
• Be careful with the handling of the genitals.
• Use Womanfree.
TRICOMONÍASE 
— Caused by flagellate protozoan Trichomonas virginals.
The transmission occurs mainly through sex, affecting the vagina and the low urinary tract (urethra and bladder) in women, and lower urinary tract in men.
Therefore, it is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) that affects mainly women and is linked to the lack of health care. It can remain asymptomatic in men and in women, especially after menopause.
It can also occur through the common use of intimate clothing, vaginal specula, common use of water for the cleanliness intimate, common use of towels and even by droplets of vaginal secretion in the seat of bathroom (mostly in public restrooms and poorly kept).
It is estimated that between 15 and 45 years of age, about 10 to 25% of women have this infection.
In women, it causes abundant yellow or yellow-green runny, with small bubbles, characteristic bad smell, itching and / or vulvae irritation, redness in the mucosa of the vagina and occasionally pelvic pain, vaginitis (colpite), urethritis and so on.
In men, the symptoms are more discreet, and with a urethral runny, usually in the morning, before the first urination and irritation of the urethra. Hardly occurs prostatitis or epididymitis.
Treatment is with vaginal and oral medication. In all cases where the positive diagnosis of infection in women, you must also extend the treatment to her partner because, without such care, may emerge a new contamination of women and perpetuation of the clinical picture presented.
SOME TIPS FOR PREVENTION: 
To keep themselves away from trichomoniasis, some practical tips should be observed carefully for day-to-date:
• Avoid contact with secretions of the patient;
• Avoid multiple partners;
• wary of any unusual secretion or runny from your genitals and you partner’s genitals;
• Use condoms, but remember that the condom helps to reduce, but not wholly eliminate the risk of sexual transmission;
• Avoid bathing in bathtubs, especially those of motels;
• Do not share clothes, especially the intimate, and towels with others;
• Wash your intimate clothes intimate with boiling water and soap, and pass them with hot iron before using them;
• Avoid using public toilets poorly maintained.
• Use Womanfree.
CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS 
Bacteria acquired mainly through sex (oral sex, vaginal or anal), but can also be transmitted from mother to baby during natural childbirth. The infection by the vagina can rise to the uterus and oviduct.
In most patients there are no symptoms. The clinical manifestations, when available, may be the presence of itching, mucus in appearance of pus, yellow, pain on urination, pain during sex, menstrual irregularity, bleeding between menstrual cycles, changes observed in the gynecological exam (vagina wall with reddish , Edemaciada, friable) and even nausea and fever. On a more serious, there may be abdominal and pelvic pain of strong intensity. Among the clinical implications, there may be chronic pelvic pain to a greater chance of tubaria pregnancy, or even infertility.
The treatment is done through oral antibiotics and local. Because there are big chances of another infection, it is recommended that further investigations be made 3 to 4 months after the end of the treatment. It is necessary that the partner is also subject to examination and treatment if the disease is confirmed. The Chlamydia untreated or ill-treated causes severe pain and irreversible problems to the reproductive system, and could even leave the sterile person in serious cases.
In cases of pregnancy, you should start treatment as soon as possible. A Chlamydia can cause complications in premature birth and even, as well as infections in the eyes and lungs of the baby at birth.
SOME TIPS FOR PREVENTION: 
To keep themselves away from Chlamydia, some practical tips should be observed carefully for day-to-date:
• Avoid multiple partners;
• wary of any secretion, color, runny or unusual in their genitals or his partner;
• Avoid contact with secretions of the patient. Please remember to abstain from sex with infected people is the only means 100% safe to prevent the infection by sexual transmission;
• Use condoms, but remember that the condom helps to reduce, but not wholly eliminate the risk of sexual transmission;
• Do not share clothes, especially the intimate, and towels with others;
• Wash your clothes intimate with boiling water and soap, and pass them with hot iron before using them;
• Avoid using public restrooms or poorly maintained.
• Use Womanfree.
GONORRÉIA 
Also known as Blenorragia, it is caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhea, which transmission is through sex (vaginal, anal and oral sex) and may also manifest itself in the mouth, throat and eyes, or be transmitted from mother to child during the normal birth. The incubation period is three to seven days. The infection can be symptomatic or not, in the vagina or the urethra. Like the Chlamydia infection, it is a rising disease, that is, it is initiated in the vagina, and may cause impairment of the uterus and tubas. It can reach the abdominal cavity, liver and spleen, bringing a framework of intense abdominal pain and severe clinical impairment.
In women the symptoms are: burning during urination, vaginal yellow-green discharge, and abundant vaginal bleeding between menstrual cycle and one another. In men, the infection remains incubated for 30 days and after that period, presents burning when urinating, urethral runny, greenish-yellow secretion in the penis and testicles in pain.
Treatment is based on antibiotics, which act effectively. It is important that the treatment is done by the couple, who must maintain sexual abstinence until the cure. In cases of pregnancy, women must be submitted to treatment as soon as possible, because the infection can be severe in childbirth.
The untreated gonorrhea can cause sterility, chronic pain in the pelvis and abdomen, fever, and epididymitis infection in the blood and joints.
SOME TIPS FOR PREVENTION: 
To keep yourselves away from Gonorrhea, some practical tips should be observed carefully for day-to-date:
• Avoid multiple partners;
• wary of any unusual secretion, color, runny or in your genitals or your partner;
• Avoid contact with secretions of the patient. Please remember to abstain from sex.