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Where do discharges come from?

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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine

In brief: Everywhere

Discharge can come from anywhere.
Ears, eyes, nose, wound, vaginal, etc. Most discharges are generally the liquid components of the blood which have seeped or oozed into the affected area in response to inflammation or infection. Some discharges contain cellular debris as well.

In brief: Everywhere

Discharge can come from anywhere.
Ears, eyes, nose, wound, vaginal, etc. Most discharges are generally the liquid components of the blood which have seeped or oozed into the affected area in response to inflammation or infection. Some discharges contain cellular debris as well.
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