Thank you for your query at DoctorSpring.com
I understand your concern.
I have seen your reports, and the good thing is ureaplasma is normal. The higher limit is 8.5 and in your case it is 7.6. If the values are within the range mentioned by the laboratory then there is nothing to be worried about. The ranges are fixed after a lot of statistical research, so unless it is more than 8.5, it is not significant.
Regarding, yeast infection ( Candida ), it is slightly higher than normal, and the treatment will depend on what symptoms you are having. Candida is actually a normal commensal, in periods of heat and humidity, or excessive sweating it can outgrow and lead to an infection. Do you have whitish patches or itching around your genitalia?
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