Vaginal flora is called "vaginal flora" throughout the microorganisms that do not harm the person.

Microorganisms living in vagina flora do not harm because they live in a certain number and balance.
Garderella vaginalis, Mobiluncus, Bacteroides and Mycoplasma are those bacteria normally living in the vaginal flora.
The bacterial vaginosist vaginal flora has deteriorated and all these bacteria (pathologically) have increased in number.

Genital hygiene is one of the most important steps of protecting female reproductive health.
Almost every woman has a gynecological infection in a certain period of her life. These common infections cause serious discomfort to women as well as permanent damage, which can negatively affect reproductive health. Attention to hygienic rules and regular gynecological controls sometimes prevent infection from infectious diseases that progress without causing any complaints.
Disruption of balance between microorganisms forming vaginal flora causes infections and related complaints.

The most important of the bacteria that stabilize the vagina flora is the beneficial bacteria called "lactobacilli (milk basil) or toderine basil".
Döderlein (Doederlein) basillars try to keep the vagina in balance by giving acidic properties to the vagina PH.
If the numbers of bacteria in the todlerin are reduced or the acidic vaginal PH shifts in a basic direction, a situation called "vaginitis" occurs, ie an infection occurs in the vagina.
Bacterial vaginosis is one of the infections that occur as a result of the basal shift of vaginal PH by decreasing lactobacilli. In vagina, both garderella and many anaerobic bacteria are pathologically urethritis.