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Female Vaginal Discharge

Female vaginal discharge is normal following a cone biopsy, however, it does not commonly lead to a urinary infection. All reproductive women are sure to have observed some flow from the vagina that is clear and mucus-like. Sometimes, it is cloudy and can stay on the underclothing in the form of yellow strains. It has no odor and is a sign of a good reproductive health. Female vaginal discharge is normal following a cone biopsy, however, it does not commonly lead to a urinary infection.

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Female Vaginal Discharge

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Cone Biopsy, Urinary Infection

In fact, this substance is mucus produced by the cervix that flows down to the vagina to contact with inherent bacteria and old cells. The liquids then are expelled from the vagina to carry away possible harmful bacteria and moisten the vagina for an easier intercourse. Female vaginal discharge is normal following a cone biopsy, however, it does not commonly lead to a urinary infection.

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

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