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AcronymDefinition
VAGVagina
VagVaginal
VAGVolkswagen Audi Group
VAGVersicherungsaufsichtsgesetz (German: supervision of insurance companies act)
VAGVancouver Art Gallery
VAGFreiburger Verkehrs Ag (German transportation company)
VAGVagrancy
VAGVolkswagen Aktiengesellschaft
VAGVRML Architecture Group
VAGVersova-Andheri-Ghatkopar (Indian transportation route)
VAGVeterans Association of Ghana
VAGVoitures Anciennes de Granby (French; Canadian classic car club)
VAGVéhicules Anciens de Grenoble (French: Vintage Vehicles in Grenoble; Grenoble, France)
VAGVolkswagen Audi Geselschaft
VAGVoice Access Gateway (computing)
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Companies discussed in this Vaginal Atrophy (Atrophic Vaginitis) - Pipeline Review, H1 2015 report include: Actavis plc, EndoCeutics, Inc.
There is an absolute way to stop putting yourself into risks of vaginal infections.
Although vaginal cuff dehiscence is a rate complication of hysterectomy, concerns have been raised that total laparoscopic hysterectomies may be associated with an increased risk of this potentially morbid complication.
The aim of the surgery was to reduce the prolapsed small bowel and re-suture the vaginal wall defect.
All the vaginal Pap test results reported as abnormal (according to the Bethesda System; TBS 2001) (14) with simultaneously available adjunctive hrHPV DNA test results were retrieved.
All of the women were on an adjuvant aromatase inhibitor or selective estrogen receptor modulator and had been using a vaginal estrogen for an average of 20 months to treat severe atrophic vaginitis.
Commentary: I'm always keeping my eyes open for non-hormonal treatments of vaginal atrophic changes in postmenopausal women.
In this pivotal study we are seeking to confirm the beneficial vaginal effects already seen in our Phase 2 program.
For every 100 woman-years at risk, there were roughly 38 infections when condoms were used by male partners for 100% of instances of vaginal intercourse in the preceding eight months, 62 infections when condoms were used 50-99% of the time, 160 when condoms were used 5-49% of the time and 89 when condoms were used less than 5% of the time.
Yeast infections may be more common during pregnancy, perhaps due to a chemical change in the vaginal environment--essentially there is more sugar in the vaginal secretions that nourishes the fungus.
Researchers monitored 17,898 women who attempted vaginal births after a cesarean and 15,801 women who stuck with cesareans and so didn't go into labor.