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Yellow green vaginal discharge, itching, hbsag non reactive. Chlamydia or trichomoniasis?

vaginal discharge , yellowish-greenish, with odor, vaginal itch and burning sensation, no pain upon urination and other symptoms. u/a pus cells tntc and ++ epithelial cells and, +++ mucoid cellls. other labs hbsag non reactive), CBC normal, swab and culture and other test was not done. Confused to what is the dx, if its trichomoniasis or gonococcal infection or chlamydia, what medication to take?
Asked On : Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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Hi, you seem to be having trichomoniasis. The patient usually complaints of yellow green frothy vaginal discharge fishy in smell, severe itching, painful micturition and sometimes abdominal pain. The diagnosis is made on vaginal per speculum examination where in sore red vagina or cervix can be seen. your doc will also take a swab to examine it for trichomonas while doing your Per speculum examination. It can be treated with single dose of 2 GRAM METRONIDAZOLE. Avoid physical contact with your partner and treatment of partner is also advised. Take care
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