Viral infections (or viral disease)

Occurs when an organism's body is invaded by pathogenic viruses, and infectious virus particles (virions) attach to and enter susceptible cells

 

Yeast infection (vaginal thrush) and its signs and symptoms 

Vaginal yeast infection or candidiasis represents a gynaecological threat to up to three quarters of all women; it is most commonly caused by Candida yeast. Few people know that only a small amount of Candida can get into the oral cavity. Based on a strong immune system and good health yeast cells should cause no troubles in the mouth... Read more


Chlamydia

Of all gynaecological infections chlamydia is on the increase causing trouble to women and men. Chlamydia are small organisms that induce the sexually-transmitted disease. If untreated, it progresses to lung infection, which leads to pneumonia at the worst case. Chlamydia infections affecting lungs are insidious and their symptoms are very difficult to recognise... Read more


HPV infection (Human Papilloma Virus)

HPV, or human papilloma virus, is a sexually-transmitted virus which can be life-threatening even in the absence of symptoms. HPV affects almost 80% of the world population throughout life and has been here for millions of years. HPV can affect women and men. The strong immune system can cope with the virus quite well, and within two years since its onset the body can heal itself completely... Read more