Ethnic differences in vaginas

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Xia Zhou, Melanie A. Hansmann, Catherine C. Davis, Haruo Suzuki, Celeste J. Pierson, Larry J. To determine whether different racial groups shared common types of vaginal microbiota, we characterized the composition and structure of vaginal bacterial communities in asymptomatic and apparently healthy Japanese women in Tokyo, Japan, and compared them with those of White and Black women from North America.

Racial/ethnic differences in perineal, vaginal and cervical lacerations

Racial/ethnic differences in perineal, vaginal and cervical lacerations

To evaluate whether ethnicity is independently associated with vaginal microbiota VMB composition in women living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, as has been shown for American women. Sampling was performed irrespective of health status or healthcare seeking behavior. The overall prevalence of VMBs not dominated by lactobacilli was After adjustment for sociodemographic, behavioral and clinical factors, African Surinamese ethnicity adjusted odds ratio aOR 5. Shorter steady relationship duration, inconsistent condom use with casual partners, and not using hormonal contraception were also associated with having a polybacterial G. Other sexually transmitted infections were uncommon.

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Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. To use static and dynamic magnetic resonance imaging MRI to compare dimensions of the bony pelvis and soft tissue structures in a sample of African-American and white women. This study used data from participants in the Childbirth and Pelvic Symptoms Imaging Study, a cohort study of primiparous women with an obstetric anal sphincter tear, 94 who delivered vaginally without a recognized anal sphincter tear and 36 who underwent by cesarean delivery without labor. Race was self-reported.