Investigation of the presence of the Trichomonas vaginals parasite in women in AL-Hilla city
Rafal Ahmed Lilo, zahraa M. Al-Taee and Rajaa Mahmoud Ibrahim AL-Jasim.
The T. vaginals parasite is a sexually transmitted parasite. Infection with this parasite is difficult to diagnose due to the lack of symptoms, although the symptoms are more pronounced in women than men. Trichomonas infection plays a role in delayed pregnancy and inability to have children and in early childbirth and miscarriage. In this study, parasite isolation at high rates was 38% among non-pregnant women and 50% among pregnant women. These high rates are due to lack of health awareness for women of childbearing age. Most effective treatment against T.vaginals is metranedazole as found in this study.