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Vaginitis and Lichen sclerosis are very common in women and not surgically treated or diagnosed with a cone biopsy. This condition is common in women and is often associated with vaginal discharge, itching, burning, and other discomforts. Vaginal discharge normally present in healthy women is likely to be of abnormal color or amount. it often has odor during the condition that may caused by bacteria, fungus, or irritating items, for example, soaps, condoms, etc. Vaginitis and Lichen sclerosis are very common in women and not surgically treated or diagnosed with a cone biopsy.

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Vaginitis

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Lichen Sclerosis, Cone Biopsy

Inflammation of the vagina and vulva is common and requires medical treatment with the use of anti-bacterial cures and estrogen-based medicines if needed. Call your health care provider once you have noticed the signs. Note that this condition can be dangerous in pregnant women. Vaginitis and Lichen sclerosis are very common in women and not surgically treated or diagnosed with a cone biopsy.

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

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