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Benefits of Happy-V:
- Supports healthy vaginal pH
- Helps relieve bacterial vaginosis (BV)
- Helps to fight yeast infections and trichomoniasis
- Helps to fight urinary tract and cervical infections
WARNING: This supplement is not to be used after conception and during pregnancy.
What is Happy-V?
A Happy Vagina = a Happy Period! Our Happy-V unique formula addresses Vaginal Yeast Infections, Bacterial Vaginosis, Cervical Infections and Urinary Tract Infections (UTI). This blend of natural herbs promotes optimal vaginal pH balance for healthy yeast levels plus overall vaginal health by stabilizing vaginal microbiome, vaginal flora, vaginal microbiota—which are the microorganisms that colonize the vagina.
What Is a Happy Vagina?
A healthy vagina is made up of many different types of bacteria, with the predominant being lactobacilli. These beneficial bacteria play a crucial role in protecting against infection. Some opportunistic bacteria live in the vagina, and there is a symbiotic relationship between both kinds of bacteria. The bacteria in the vagina are very delicate and sensitive; most yeast infections arise from bacteria that have been disturbed.
The lactobacilli protect against vaginal infection by colonizing the space available in the vaginal tract. The vaginal flora is so important that when babies are birthed vaginally, they collect some beneficial bacteria when going down the birth canal. The lactobacilli can inhibit the overgrowth of “bad” bacteria that can cause infection in various ways. They produce lactic acid and hydrogen peroxide, which helps to maintain a healthy environment.
The vagina maintains a very acidic pH between 3.8-4.5, and if the vagina does not remain acidic, that creates a breeding ground for infections. Two of the most common are bacterial vaginosis and candida overgrowth.
Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) results from vaginal dysbiosis, which is an imbalance between the types of organisms present in a person’s natural microflora; every woman is likely to experience BV at at some point in her lifetime.
BV is caused by the bacteria Gardnerella Vaginalis, one of the most common types of bacteria in the vagina. If the natural bacteria in the vagina get disrupted, then the Gardnerella bacteria can become pathogenic and outgrow the lactobacilli. Unlike a yeast infection, BV can cause a fish odor which is one of the distinctions between BV and a yeast infection.
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