Obesity may be nonspecific and specific. Distinguish primary alpit, which develops directly into the lining of the vagina, and secondary obesity: downward, which happens when the transition of inflammation from the uterus or again-up, when the infection penetrates the vagina from the vulva.

Specific vaginitis often occur during the transmission of sexually transmitted infections. During the inspection of the vaginal walls with glass in the acute stage of vaginitis is found swollen, velvety, hyperemic vaginal mucosa. It is easily injured by careless touch the mirror and it bleeds. Banal nonspecific vaginitis first Qatar develops serous, then mucous and purulent.

Qatar may be purulent from the beginning, as with the case of chlamydial infection. Chlamydia are obligate intracellular parasites. When you embed them in the body protective response occurs with early involvement of the polymorphonuclear leukocytes, which prevail in the exudate. Purulent inflammation of the mucous membrane of the vagina, abundantly covered with a layer of pus-like overlay, sometimes having the form of plaques. Cover of apetala of the vagina can be changed and degenerative slusen, exposing submucosa. Studies of the vagina, in acute painful stages. Sometimes purulent obesity may be complicated by the formation of infiltration in the vaginal wall. There is paracolpi or rarely abscess.

Colpitis, caused by a yeast bacteria, characterized by hyperemia of the vaginal mucosa, which on the surface appear whitish spots, which represent the threads of the fungus and cell breakdown.

When Trichomonas coleitis, there are abundant foamy leucorrhea, a redness of the mucous membrane.

In acute cases of gonorrheal vaginitis the mucosa is edematous and hyperemic, especially in the area of the posterior wall and posterior fornix. There are profuse purulent leucorrhoea. The mucosal surface of fine-grained and often bleeds when touched. The patient feels a burning sensation and pressure on the bottom. Gonorrheal coleitis usually occurs by secondary infection with a purulent discharge from the vestibule of the vagina or from the cervical canal.

In chronic vaginitis the swelling and redness of the unexpressed, can be diffuse or focal widening of blood vessels. Apicella vagina with significant degenerative changes may disappear at some point. It seems that the pus is secreted directly from the vaginal walls, which become indurated and rough.

In senile vaginitis the mucosa is atrophic, has a pale yellow color on the mucosal surface are hemorrhagic stains and defects granulating tissue. Which can be adhesions to the vaginal vault. There is a shrinkage of the submucosal tissue. This leads to narrowing of the lumen of the vagina or even the fusion of its walls.

During the colposcopy, which enables the examination of the vaginal mucosa with an increase of learners object to 350 times, possibly at a place in detail without the use of morphological methods of research to examine the state of the vascular bed and changes of the integumentary epithelium of the vagina.

Rising Mycoplasma and Ureaplasma infection of the genitalia in pregnant women can lead to infection of the fetus may be the cause of recurrent miscarriage, and infertility.

Gonococcal or chlamydial infection can cause inflammatory disease of the uterus in an upward path of infection and complications such as infertility and ectopic pregnancy. In infants born to women with untreated gonorrhoea or chlamydial infection, may develop infections in newborns, if at birth were not taken preventive measures.