vaginal discharge


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Noun1.vaginal discharge - discharge of secretions from the cervical glands of the vagina; normally clear or white
emission, discharge - a substance that is emitted or released
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Maximum concordance 84.6% with BV was seen for vaginal pH >4.5 and least 52.3% for the characteristic homogeneous vaginal discharge [Table 2].
The white stuff is probably vaginal discharge, or you could be at the point in your cycle when you're ovulating.
(3) Earlier studies also found the ring to be associated with complaints of vaginal discharge. (4,5)
Women who reported having vaginal discharge or noticing vaginal odor, those who had had more than one sex partner in the previous three months and those with chlamydial infection had rates of 32-41%--significantly higher than the rates among women without these characteristics.
Tamoxifen in ATAC Trial Anastrozole Tamoxifen Endometrial cancer 0.1% 0.5% Vaginal bleeding 4.5% 8.1% Vaginal discharge 2.8% 11.4% Weight gain 10 lb 9.2% 11.0% Hot flashes 34.3% 39.7% lschemic cerebrovascular events 1.0% 2.1% Deep vein thrombosis 1.0% 1.7% Source: Dr.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that 529,000 maternal deaths occur every year due to childbirth-related complications.The most common after-birth complications include postpartum uterine infections, excessive bleeding, vaginal discharge, incontinence and postpartum depression.
I went to the hospital to report the rashes on my body as well as vaginal discharge only to be informed that tests confirmed that I have Staphylococcus infection.
In short, panty liners are sanitary napkins which are thinner and narrow that absorb menstrual discharge and daily vaginal discharge. Panty liners can also be used for daily cleanliness, however they are not much suited for medium to heavy menstrual flow during which they have to be changed on a frequent basis.
If these are running low, other bacteria can grow and trigger BV, which is generally characterised by a thin, watery vaginal discharge and a fishy odour.
The appearance of mucoid vaginal discharge is also referred to as "show" or "bloody show." During pregnancy, a thick mucus plug accumulates at the cervix to prevent bacteria from entering the uterus.
Symptoms include blood in the urine, blood-tinged vaginal discharge or more aggressive behaviour.
However, syndromic management has its disadvantages, mainly suboptimal performance in predicting presence of STIs, particularly in women with vaginal discharge syndrome (VDS).