a vaginal condition described as an irregular genital release because an overgrowth of normal bacteria inside vagina. Females with bacterial vaginosis have less than the typical population of vaginal micro-organisms, known as lactobacilli. Symptoms of microbial vaginosis tend to be vaginal release and often a fishy odor. A microscopic sign of microbial vaginosis is a silly vaginal cellular called a clue cellular. Treatment plans include oral antibiotics and genital ties in. Bacterial vaginosis can cause untimely labor and distribution, including infection associated with the amniotic substance as well as the uterus after distribution. For that reason, testing and treatment for microbial vaginosis during pregnancy are done.