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Persistent sloughing of vaginal epithelium, no pain or itching. History of hysterectomy, intermittent BV. Cause?

I had a vaginal hysterectomy in 2000, but have ovaries, so not hormone therapy required. I have a history of BV on and off over the years. I am 47 now. I have persistent sloughing of the vaginal epithelium , obvious tissue shedding. There is no pain, itch, odor or swelling involved. What may be the cause? Currently I am not using Metro-gel, nor have I within the past year, so still wondering why the persistent sloughing.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Hello dear,
Thanks for the query. Chronic vaginal infection might be the cause, and the reason could be uncontrolled sugars, so get your blood sugar checked and get a gynae examine you, to rule out any obvious VAGINAL GROWTH, and to look exactly any lesion inside vagina. Please get back with your previous hysterectomy histopathology report.
Hope I answered your question, Kindly reply me if you have any further queries or any comments. I will be very happy to help you.
Dr Arif
Answered: Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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