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All about bacterial vaginosis
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Prevotella species are a group of bacteria that live in the mouth and vagina, and
Sneathi sanguinegens contributes to bacterial vaginosis and preterm birth, and may contribute to urethritis in
Proteus vulgaris typically lives in the digestive tract of humans, causing infections in wounds and
Proteus mirabilis is a bacteria that commonly causes urinary tract infections and can contribute to
Prevotella timonensis commonly lives in healthy mouths and vaginal tracts, but is an opportunistic pathogen,
P. intermedia is involved in mouth infections, is found more in pregnant women, and may
Prevotella disiens was formerly known as part of Bacteroides disiens. P. disiens is most commonly
A member of the Prevotella species that can contribute to infections in the vagina and
Prevotella buccalis naturally lives in the mouth and vagina, but is considered an opportunistic pathogen,
Prevotella bivia is found in many human infections, including the vagina, contributing to bacterial vaginosis
Prevotella amnii has been isolated from the endometrial lining of the uterus, and in women with pelvic
P. gingivalis is a pathogenic bacteria frequently involved in gum disease, however it has been
Porphyromonas asaccharolytica is a bacteria that can inhabit the vagina and contribute to or cause
Peptostreptococcus tetradius is microbe found in vaginal and urinary tract infections in women, linked with
See Clostridium spp. for more information, since this bacteria is being considered as part of
Atopobium vaginae has a negative effect on vaginal cells, causing inflammation, being highly associated with
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