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Pinkish vaginal discharge may be a sign of an infection including urethritis, and cryotherapy is not an effective treamemt. If the secretion of your vagina changes its color, consistence or amount, it may be a sign of any infection. To avoid such problems, you should take precautionary measures, such as using condoms with every new partner, although condoms offer little protection and keep genital area clean and dry. Pinkish vaginal discharge may be a sign of an infection including urethritis, and cryotherapy is not an effective treamemt.

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Pinkish Vaginal Discharge

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Urethritis, Cryotherapy

It is very important to wear cotton underwear, eat well, drink enough fluids, get enough sleep, avoid using tampons, donít douche, donít use oils for lubricants. It is dangerous to scratch infected and inflamed areas, as it can cause further irritation. Pinkish vaginal discharge may be a sign of an infection including urethritis, and cryotherapy is not an effective treamemt.

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

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