The Vaginal Microbiota
The human vagina is a useful and accessible route for local and systemic administration of drugs, and particularly for clinical indications that are directly associated with women’s sexual and reproductive health. Spurred in part by progressive societal changes to attitudes, behaviors and stigmas around the human vagina, the past twenty years has witnessed increased interest among users, clinicians, and the pharmaceutical industry in developing and using vaginal products for therapeutic benefit.
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1. Lactobacillus spp.
2. Gardnerella vaginalis
3. Atopobium vaginae and Prevotella spp.
4. Candida albicans
This entry is adapted from 10.3390/pharmaceutics13050751