Vaginal Discharge Management, Gynaecology

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Abstract

Physiological discharge is often perceived by women of reproductive age as abnormal.  If, however, a woman’s discharge is different from her normal then she should be assessed and treated appropriately. 

This guidance should be used in settings where near-patient microscopy is unavailable. Consideration should be given to the referral of any woman presenting with discharge to a genitourinary medicine or sexual health service. 

NOTE: this guideline is hosted on the NHSGGC Obstetrics & Gynaecology Handbook website. Clicking on the link below will open the guideline in a new window.

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