Vaginal infection in female reproductive system, can profoundly affect all the phases of a woman’s life in relation to the period of pre-pregnancy, fertilization, pregnancy, and reproduction. The itchiness and irritation of infection causes of aversion to sex.
It has been demonstrated that BV is the most common lower genital tract disorder among women of reproductive age. Pregnant women with BV have a higher risk of chorioamnionitis (an inflammation of the fetal membranes), premature rupture of membranes, and postpartum endometritis (an inflammation of the endometrium). Women with BV who are treated with vitro fertilization have a lower implantation rate and higher rates of early pregnancy loss.
Vaginal infection can indicate dysbalance in vaginal pH. This means it will be more difficult for sperm to reach the egg during efforts to conceive. Infections in the vagina can also reduce the amount or quality of cervical mucus. It can make it difficult for women to get pregnant.