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What is Gardnerellosis?

Description of the disease

Gardnerellosis is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Gardnerella vaginalis. It most commonly affects women, leading to inflammation of the vagina and urinary bladder.


  • Gardnerellosis in women
  • Gardnerellosis in men


Symptoms of gardnerellosis in women include vaginal discharge and itching. In men, the disease sometimes progresses asymptomatically.


The main cause of gardnerellosis is an imbalance of the vaginal microflora. This can be caused by changes in hormonal balance, stress, or the use of antibiotics.


The diagnosis of gardnerellosis includes the analysis of a smear from the vagina or urethra.


The treatment of gardnerellosis is carried out with antibiotics prescribed by a doctor.


Prevention of gardnerellosis includes adherence to intimate hygiene, the use of condoms, and avoiding stress.


For the diagnosis and treatment of gardnerellosis, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist or urologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.