The history and findings on physical examination in women with vaginitis
are relatively nonspecific. Nevertheless, certain features often suggest a particular diagnosis , which should be confirmed in the office by microscopic examination of vaginal secretions and, if necessary, culture.
Trichomonas is classically associated with a greenish-yellow purulent discharge; candidiasis
with a thick, white, adherent, "cottage cheese-like" discharge; and bacterial vaginosis
with a thin, homogeneous, "fishy smelling" gray discharge. However, the appearance of the discharge is unreliable and should never form the basis for diagnosis.
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