The colonization with Candida species is more harmful in the second trimester of pregnancy

@inproceedings{Holzer2017TheCW,
  title={The colonization with Candida species is more harmful in the second trimester of pregnancy},
  author={Iris Holzer and Alex Farr and Herbert Kiss and Michael A Hagmann and Ljubomir Petricevic},
  booktitle={Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics},
  year={2017}
}
Vaginal colonization with Candida species (spp.) during pregnancy has been associated with impaired pregnancy outcomes. There is a reduction in spontaneous preterm birth among women with recurrent asymptomatic colonization of Candida who were treated with clotrimazole. This study aimed to evaluate the impact of the trimester of vulvovaginal colonization with Candida species. Data from all women, who were tested positive for the vaginal colonization with Candida spp. during the first or second… CONTINUE READING