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Bacterial Vaginitis And Fertility

This is amazing! Hi Everybody I’m back. Let’s get right into it 🙂 Today we are talking about the Sebi Uterine Wash Hello to everyone who is watching this tutorial today, Cause that means you are about.To Douche.

Or you’re interested in it. whatever the case may be. welcome! This Uterine wash, it is a combination of herbs. {Women cheering} It has changed my vagina life! It is Amazing! There’s a lot of chatter, and a lot of recommendations out there.

You can look it up on webmd, you can ask your own Should I douche? Have you heard of the Sebi Uterine Wash? And they are probably going to tell you: No. But what I’m going to tell you is Consider the people who are giving you this advice If it is a , keep in mind that they are not.

In the business of preventing any problems Or preventing any disease So yes, these people are going to tell you that your vagina is very capable of cleaning itself ‘You do not need to do this’, ‘you’re going to mess with the flora,’ ‘you’re going to mess with the good and the bad bacteria’.

And have an imbalance, not enough good bacteria do this and do that, you’ll get pelvic inflammatory disease They’re going to instill all of this fear in you And.Hey. They’re gonna be here, welcoming you with open arms When you are ready to get your hysterectomy.

Right? So you want to think about the people that are giving you this advice And listen to your own intuition You have to trust yourself and trust that you know what you need. And enough of that 🙂 So the Uterine wash. The way it works is it’s a nice bottle of herbs.

You take a tablespoon of it. Stick it into a tea bag, or a pot Just in a vessel that you can pour hot water in and let it sit and steep for several minutes And once it has cooled off. And you have strained it Please strain it! You don’t want to be putting herbs up in there.

So after you have strained it and it has cooled You put it into your bag, Insert it in And wash away And restore your natural flora. So I call the Sebi office to get.

Examination of Vaginal Wet Preps

Music It’s a typical day. A patient has noticed some itching, or maybe an unpleasant vaginal odor. During her exam, the ian will check vaginal pH, examine any discharge that’s present, and collect a sample. Then, it’s on to the microscope. music This is where you’ll gather more specific information about what’s causing those vaginal symptoms.

We’ll show you how to prepare and examine vaginal wet preps and how to do a whiff test. The results, combined with the patient’s vaginal pH test, will aid in the diagnosis. Under the microscope, you’ll be looking for trichomonads, yeast, and the clue cells associated with bacterial vaginosis. We’ll show you how to recognize them. music First, the microscope itself: This is a compound light microscope. It has several objective.

Lenses on a rotating mount. for our purpose, one of these has to be a 10x low power objective, and one has to be a 40x for greater magnification. This flat part, under the objectives, is the stage. Under the stage is the condenser. Below that, at the base of the microscope, is the light source. There are two knobs that control focus; one for coarse adjustment and one for fine adjustment. And these are the oculars, or eyepieces. We’ll come back to the microscope in a minute, but first, let’s look at how to prepare wet mount slides.

The complete vaginal wet mount involves both a saline prep and a potassium hydroxide, or KOH, prep. When the vaginal sample was collected, the swab was placed in a test tube with approximately half a milliliter of saline. So, for the saline prep, you only have to take a drop of the suspension and place it on a slide. Add a coverslip, being careful to avoid trapping air bubbles. Your saline slide is ready. Place a second drop of the vaginal sample on another slide and add one drop of 10 percent KOH. Sniff the preparation immediately, using.

Your hand to waft any odor toward your nose. this is the whiff test. note if there’s a fishy or amine odor. Then add a coverslip, avoiding air bubbles. Keep in mind that you must work quickly to prepare and examine the wet mounts. That’s because trichomonads may lose their characteristic motility within 15 to 20 minutes. Before we move on now, though, let’s look at the cast of characters you may discover. These are normal squamous epithelial cells found in the vagina. They’re large, flat cells.

With a small nucleus and a large area of cytoplasm. note that there is some granularity in the cytoplasm. Polymorphonuclear leukocytes are known as Polys, or PMNs. They may also be called white blood cells, or WBCs. These are small round cells. Several lobes of the nucleus are visible within the surrounding cell cytoplasm. Finding many PMNs may indicate infection. Trichomonads are pearshaped protozoa which move by means of flagella. Trichomonads are.

Similar in size to pmns and are identified by their characteristic jerking movement. The actual flagella may be too thin and too rapidlymoving to be seen. A clue cell is a squamous epithelial cell coated with enough small bacteria that at least 75 percent of the cell’s border is obliterated. It may look as if someone has spread glue over the cell and pressed it in sand. Clue cells are associated with bacterial vaginosis, a condition in which the normal microbial flora of the vagina is disrupted.

Yeast may be found in two forms. pseudohyphae are the long, tubular, branching forms. budding yeast are paired yeast cells that resemble a shoe print. The larger part is the sole and the smaller bud is the heel of the shoe. The saline prep will allow you to see epithelial cells, PMNs, trichomonads, and clue cells. You can also see yeast in saline, but sometimes it’s hidden by epithelial cells or by PMNs. Red blood cells, sperm, and bacteria can also be seen.

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