mycoplasma -- a bacteria sometimes found in the vaginal tract that has been linked to miscarriage. This is a common test following a miscarriage and is easily treatable if found.
- an infectious agent that falls structurally between a virus and a bacterium. Thought to be related to pregnancy loss and perhaps infertility as well.
Myoma (fibroid) ...
Mycoplasma: See Ureaplasma. Myomectomy: Surgery performed to remove fibroid tumors. Neonatal Death: A death within 28 days of birth. New-borns or Infants Born: The number of live births plus stillbirths.
genitalium symptoms, concordance and treatment in high-risk sexual dyads.
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A molar pregnancy is treated by a D&C and sometimes methotrexate. Monosomy: the absence of one chromosome of a pair. Mycoplasma (T-strain mycoplasma): a microscopic organism thought to be responsible for pregnancy loss. Back to top ...
The main bacteria involved are Gardnerella vaginalis and Bacteroides, Prevotella, and species. Up to 50% of women who have BV do not have symptoms. Women with BV appear to be at increased risk for preterm labor.
It can also be used to treat ureaplasma or mycoplasma infections.
DYSMENNORHEA- Painful menstruation; may be a sign of endometriosis.
Ultrasound (US) - use of high-frequency sound waves for creating an image of internal body parts Ureaplasma - a microorganism similar to Urethra - the tube through which urine from the bladder is expelled Urologist - a ...
Routine screening for mycoplasmas during pregnancy
Screening for toxoplasmosis during pregnancy ...
a microorganism similar to
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Cervical cultures - A sample of cells and mucus taken from the cervix to check for evidence of sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, bacterial vaginosis, yeast, mycoplasma, etc.
These include: Streptococcus B, Enterococcus, Herpes Type I and II, Anaerobic bacteria, Staphylococcus aureus, Haemophilus influenza, Streptococcus millerii, E. coli, Klebsiella, Garnerella, Ureaplasma, and Candida.
See also: Infection, Pregnancy, Uterus, Pregnant, Tissue