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Vaginal discharge
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date: 19 September 2019

Kamal Ojha

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Vaginal discharge can be physiological or pathological. Physiological discharge occurs during ovulation, premenstrually, pregnancy, and sexual stimulation. Pathological discharge is differentiated from physiological discharge by the presence of foul smell, blood staining, or pruritus. Abnormal vaginal discharge is one of the common symptoms encountered in the gynaecology clinic....

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