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A milky vaginal discharge may indicate vaginitis requiring clinical attention to include diagnostic procedures such as a cone biopsy. There is no need to worry about clear to cloudy flows that come out from the vagina and have no smell. They are absolutely harmless and serve as a cleanser and a lubricant. The liquid is produced by the cervix glands and protects the reproductive organs from infections. A milky vaginal discharge may indicate vaginitis requiring clinical attention to include diagnostic procedures such as a cone biopsy.

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Milky Vaginal Discharge

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Vaginitis, Cone Biopsy

Any noticeable color changes (green, yellow, dark brown) and a foul smell, alerts a need for medical attention if accompanied by itching, burning, swelling of the lips, and pain. The diagnosis will be made on the basis of the signs and tests that allow identification of abnormality cause A milky vaginal discharge may indicate vaginitis requiring clinical attention to include diagnostic procedures such as a cone biopsy.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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