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Vaginal Discharge

Abnormal vaginal discharge can be a sign of an infection or warts, so if you don't consult a doctor in a good time, a leep procedure or cryosurgery may be necessary to treat abnormalities. Treatment is prescribed depending on the cause and is usually in the form of pills or creams. Itching, burning, and redness in the genital area are also possible. The latter are accompanied by dryness and pain during intercourse. Women also register increased or decreased secretions. Abnormal vaginal discharge can be a sign of an infection or warts, so if you don't consult a doctor in a good time, a leep procedure or cryosurgery may be necessary to treat abnormalities.

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Vaginal Discharge

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LEEP Procedure, Cryosurgery

Normal secretions that are usually clear and odorless mix with bacteria and cells and become yellowish during a vaginitis outbreak. About one-third of women are said to experience this condition at least once in a lifetime. Vaginitis is a condition accompanied by secretions different from those characteristic of a healthy organism. Abnormal vaginal discharge can be a sign of an infection or warts, so if you don't consult a doctor in a good time, a leep procedure or cryosurgery may be necessary to treat abnormalities.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Virus, Picture of HPV Infection, Cure or Treatment for HPV, Epidemiology of HPV, Human Papillomavirus, Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Cancer Vaccine, Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Wart

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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