From the Health Library of SterlingMedicalAdvice.com: “When should I be worried about a vaginal discharge?”

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With the incidence of bacterial vaginosis and sexually transmitted infections, one would think the easy answer would be “always”, but it’s not quite that simple.

Some females normally have a discharge, and part of ‘being worried’ or not is knowing what’s normal for you. Discharges that are foul-smelling, colored, bloody, or accompanying genital rashes or sores should definitely be evaluated. Certainly, new discharges should be evaluated in an effort to help you understand if this is something physiologic or abnormal.

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One response to “From the Health Library of SterlingMedicalAdvice.com: “When should I be worried about a vaginal discharge?”

  1. Really nice article and yes all the women will be worried about how to tighten loose vagina after child birth, it is a fact. Doing kagel exercises are very useful in this way.