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I have a 5 years old daughter and she has vagina discarging why is dat?

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Dr. Willa Terry
Pediatrics
5 doctors agree

In brief: See her doctor

Vaginal discharge could represent local irritation, or a yeast or bacterial infection.
Call the clinic and ask to speak to her doctor and describe her symptoms, then make an appointment for her to have a complete history and physical examination with appropriate lab work completed.

In brief: See her doctor

Vaginal discharge could represent local irritation, or a yeast or bacterial infection.
Call the clinic and ask to speak to her doctor and describe her symptoms, then make an appointment for her to have a complete history and physical examination with appropriate lab work completed.
Dr. Willa Terry
Dr. Willa Terry
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Dr. Jay Park
I mostly agree with Dr. Terry. Nonspecific vulvovaginitis due to improper hygiene is pretty common at her age. Yeast infection is unusual.
Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
3 doctors agree

In brief: ?Inserted object

Your daughter may a yeast or bacterial infection, however little girls often put objects such as beads into their vaginal opening.
The latter usually causes a foul smelling discharge. Try not to make this a big issue, if something was inserted, this should be considered normal self exploration. Of course, this behiour should not be repeated.

In brief: ?Inserted object

Your daughter may a yeast or bacterial infection, however little girls often put objects such as beads into their vaginal opening.
The latter usually causes a foul smelling discharge. Try not to make this a big issue, if something was inserted, this should be considered normal self exploration. Of course, this behiour should not be repeated.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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