the itching and white discharge could be candidiasis
..if the discharge is curdy white then it is candidiasis. for which you should use co- triamazole pessary for 7 days at night. as for the finger like projections can be genital wart
may appear as single entities or form cauliflower-like clusters. In this case, the patient
usually recognizes that something is wrong. Warts may also have the appearance of tiny fingerlike
projections on the vagina or vulva
, or may appear as a flat, roughened area of the vulva,
vagina, or cervix
. These are so small that even the physician may not see them unless he uses a
magnifying instrument called a colposcope.
Most persons do not have symptoms with warts, but if they do the most frequent problems are
mild itching and a watery vaginal and they are treated with appropriate medication after the
discharge has been evaluated.
The diagnosis of warts is made by visual examination with a colposcope (a magnifying device)
and by a biopsy
(a piece of tissue that is removed and sent to a pathologist) of suspicious areas.
Pap smears may suggest that there are abnormal cells due to condyloma on the cervix, but biopsy
is the only definitive test.
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