Lower Genital Tract Infections in Women
Lower reproductive tract infections (RTIs) in women are a prevalent clinical problem and one of the leading causes of morbidity. Lower genital tract disorders affect the female reproductive system's lower part, which includes the vagina, vulva, and lower cervix. Lower genital tract infections are one of the most common causes for sexually active adult women to seek medical attention. Few women have not had at least one vaginal infection, and a significant proportion of women struggle with severe or often recurring symptoms.