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Vaginal problems

Vaginal problems
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Vaginal problems

Most women are concerned by vaginal problems at some stage. Whilst usually not serious, there are many different causes of vaginal problems including vaginal discharge, vaginal dryness, vaginal irritation and infection and vaginal thrush. Learn about common vaginal issues in this section and how they can be treated.

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Vaginal bleeding

Vaginal bleeding can have numerous causes, not always related to menstruation. These include infection and injury. Learn more about vaginal bleeding...

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Vaginal discharge

Every woman has some vaginal discharge. It is completely normal and serves a good purpose. Learn more about what is normal and how to detect a sign o...

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Vaginal dryness

Any woman can be affected by vaginal dryness, although it is most common in women who have experienced the menopause. It has numerous causes. Learn ...

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Vaginal irritation and infection

There are numerous items that can cause irritation around your groin or inside your vagina when they come into contact with the sensitive skin of thes...

Vaginal thrush can be treated by anti-fungal tablets.

Vaginal thrush

Thrush is a common condition caused by a fungal infection. This article focuses on vaginal thrush. It can be both treated and prevented, so read on.

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Vaginal thrush - myDr.com.au

Itching around the vagina is commonly caused by infection with a yeast called Candida albicans and is known as vaginal thrush.

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If you suffer from ongoing vaginal bleeding problems, see your doctor

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For many women, vaginal birth after caesarean VBAC is a safe and positive way to have a baby. Our guide explains VBACs possible benefits and problems.

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Vaginal thrush during pregnancy

Trusted information on vaginal thrush during pregnancy including what it is, treatment, prevention, plus links to trusted resources.

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Vaginal discharge during pregnancy

Trusted information on vaginal discharge during pregnancy including is it normal, when to see your midwife or doctor, plus links to trusted resources.

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Common vaginal and vulval conditions | Family Planning NSW

All women have a vaginal discharge. Find out the difference between normal vaginal discharge and an infection.

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Thrush and other vaginal infections fact sheet | Women's Health Queensland Wide

Three common vaginal infections in women are bacterial vaginosis, candidiasis (also known as thrush), chlamydia and trichomoniasis

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Canesoral | myVMC

Canesoral is used to treat vaginal candidiasis or thrush, a fungal infection. It contains fluconazole an antifungal agent that inhibits fungal growth.

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Vulva and vaginal health: getting the right advice | Jean Hailes

As women, we are generally not used to talking about our vulvas and vaginas. So much so, that many women don't know what the vulva actually is, or the difference between it and a vagina.

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Pregnancy - Pregnancy Topics - Next birth after Caesarean Section (VBAC)

A decision needs to be made about the way a baby is born if the mother has already had a caesarean section for a previous birth. It may be possible for her to have a vaginal birth after Caesarean (VBAC) or a repeat Elective Caesarean may be safer.

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