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Table 4 Colonisation of the vaginal tract by administered Lactobacillus

From: Extended antimicrobial treatment of bacterial vaginosis combined with human lactobacilli to find the best treatment and minimize the risk of relapses

Group Treatment Number of women included per group a Number of women colonised by each strain (%)  
0 Vaginal 8 Any strain 6 (75%)
    L. gasseri Lba EB01-DSM 14869 0 (0%)
    L. rhamnosus Lbp PB01-DSM 14870 6 (75%)
1 Vaginal 9 Any strain 2 (22%)
    L. crispatus 4R5 2 (22%)
    L. gasseri 20M39 1 (11%)
    L. jenseneii 22B42 0 (0%)
2 Vaginal 9 Any strain 4 (44%) b
    L. crispatus 23B33 4 (44%)
    L. gasseri 6M9 1(11%)
    L. jenseneii 12B1 0 (0%)
3 Vaginal 9 Any strain 3 (33%) b
    L. crispatus 8R6 3 (33%)
    L. gasseri 6M9 1 (11%)
    L. crispatus 21M49 0 (0%)
4 Vaginal 8 Any strain 2 (25%) b
    L. gasseri (Lba EB01-DSM 14869) 2 (25%)
    L. rhamnosus (Lbp PB01-DSM 14870) 1 (13%)
    L. gasseri DSM 15527a 0 (0%)
5 Oral 4 Any strain 0 (0%)
    L. gasseri (Lba EB01-DSM 14869) 0 (0%)
    L. rhamnosus (Lbp PB01-DSM 14870) 0 (0%)
    L. gasseri DSM 15527a 0 (0%)
6 Oral 9 Any strain 0 (0%)
    L. rhamnosus GR-1 0 (0%)
    L. reuteri RC-14 0 (0%)
  1. a Only women that sent samples regularly were included in the caculation.
  2. b Some women were colonise by two strains.