RAPID TEST FOR BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS
Veneris test offers a fast diagnosis for bacterial vaginitis, by detecting the bacteria Gardnerella Vaginalis in the urine sample. The increase of this bacteria causes the infection.
Bacterial vaginitis is the most frequent vaginal infection in sexually active females and it occurs as a result of the increase of Gardnerella Vaginalis. This pathogen affects the natural vaginal flora, called lactobacillus.
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is characterized by the substitution of the vaginal flora, normally dominated by lactobacilli, by a complex and abundant flora of strictly or optionally anaerobic bacteria that are normally found in vagina. Gardnerella vaginalis is the most common cause of bacterial vaginosis in the sexually active mature patient. Abundant foul–smelling homogenous, gray-white secretions vaginal secretions are the typical symptom of infection by Gardnerella vaginalis (GV). The bacteria are also found in women without a history compatible with a sexually transmitted disease, and often produces no symptoms. Gardnerella vaginalis is a common vaginal bacterial infection that affects three out of four women at least once in their lives and usually accompanies either a yeast, trichomonas or urinary tract infection. Men can be infected through sexual intercourse and can also transmit to additional partners.
How to use
Collect the urine sample and introduce 3-4 drops in the tube
Swirl clockwise the content for 5-6 seconds
Drip 3-4 drops on the testing spot
Wait 15 minutes for the result