A strategy to improve patient care quality may include culturally competent healthcare. Considerating the cultural background and family history of the patient and his/her family members can help improve communication between health professionals and ensure patients receive high quality care. Each patient deserves individualized, comprehensive care. It is important to consider the religious beliefs and customs of any woman who has undergone a vaginal exam. Some Muslim women might prefer to have the exam performed by a female health professional, while others may not be comfortable having a male doctor perform the procedure. It is important that the practitioner respects religious opinions of women and can communicate informally with them.
Many sexually transmitted diseases (STIs), can affect Hispanic women. Nonetheless, chlamydia (HPV) is the most widespread STI. The infections can cause many health problems, including pelvic inflammatory diseases (PID), ectopic conception, and cervical carcinoma. Hispanic females must have routine treatment and screenings to check for STIs. These include screening for these conditions and taking preventive measures such as condoms, wearing condoms, and following strict hygiene standards. Hispanic females must be encouraged and supported to share their health concerns with healthcare professionals.
Positive smell tests for amines show their presence. The most probable diagnosis for bacterial vignanosis is to be considered. Treatment would include a course of probiotics and antibiotics such as clindamycin. A second ultrasound or more tests may be needed if symptoms do not improve. It is recommended to have routine gynecological checks and treat any other underlying issues. This is a frequent ailment that antibiotics and douching may address (Muzny & Kardas, 2020). In the absence treatment, bacteria vaginosis can progress to pelvic inflammation.