Vaginitis

What is Vaginitis?

Vaginitis is inflammation of the vaginal tract. Most common cause is infection like coccobacili, gonococci, Ureaplasma, Morexells, fungi, etc. It is characterised by vaginal discharge. In case of fungal infection, intense pruritus can also be present. It is managed by antibiotic therapy called syndromic approach.

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hi doc, am 26yrs n underwent medical abortion 15 days back. still i have bit bleeding daily n noticed vaginitis since yesterday ie hav itching n...

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Bleeding will stop 7 days after using pill. As per your history you are bleeding after 15 days. It is not...

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