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Non Sexual Sources Of Infection
Creamy non-odorous discharge 4 days before period. What could this mean? Cervix is high, hard and closed? Same sexual partner. No infections.
Might be normal.: Leukorrhea is normal vaginal discharge (D/C). D/C is composed of cellular debris, vaginal secretions & bacteria & is stimulated by ^ vaginal blood flow & ^ estrogen. D/C ^ is seen w ovulation (Clear & like uncooked egg whites), Clear/watery or white d/c both occur during menstrual cycle.& pregnancy (white/ milky). It can be thin or thick & white to yellowish. Leukorrhea usually doesn't cause an ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
I am having urine infection and i wants to know how to cure and exactly what is it.It affects my sexual habits or not.. Thanks in advance
See doctor: If you have a urinary tract infection you need to see a doctor and get your urine checked. You will need an antibiotic to cure it. It is important that you do this soon because the infection, if not treated, can move to your kidneys and cause more serious problems. Please see a doctor soon. ...Read more
To what extent is duo test (p24 and elisa) for hlv infection accurate and reliable after four weeks of sexual relation?
Real: From my reading, most couples in which one partner is infected and the other is not do not transmit the infection. ...Read more
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