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Cervicovaginal infections, which lead to a complicated course of pregnancy and childbirth, remain one of the urgent problems of modern obstetrics. Infections not diagnosed in a timely manner in pregnant women can cause a high frequency of threat and/or premature termination. The variety of methods for detecting cervical vaginal infection in pregnant women complicates rational diagnosis and remains an incomplete and controversial problem. In this regard, the analysis of the prognostic significance of various diagnostic criteria in assessing the course, outcome of pregnancy and childbirth, the prognosis of an unfavorable course of pregnancy in women with CVI seems relevant and justified.