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is not a disease but the manifestation of ovulation or of a local or systemic disorder. It may occur at any age and affects almost all women at some time. The most common cause is infection of the lower reproduction tract; other causes are inflammation, estrogen
or psychic stimulation and estrogen depletion.
It might be due to either but bacterial vaginosis
, it typically produces a discharge that is thin and grayish-white in color. Second option that is available is vaginal yeast infection is usually associated with a thick, white vaginal discharge
that may have the texture of cottage cheese. The discharge is generally odorless.
Treatment for vaginal discharge is dependent upon the exact cause. Treatment goals include both symptom relief and eradication of the infection.
The choice of medication depends upon the type of infection. Antibiotics and antifungal medications are the mainstay of treatment.
I advice you to go for swabs of the vaginal discharge for culture or for examination under a microscope to help define the cause of the vaginal discharge. Then can take the exact treatment.
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