How To Treat Chronic Vaginal Discharge

A vaginal discharge which is milky-white and odorless is quite normal, and not cause for any concern. However if a woman is having a persistent discharge which is yellowish-white or greenish-white or grayish in color or has any peculiar odor such musky, chemical, or fishy odor, this is abnormal and she should have it checked. It could be the indication of a bacteria, protozoa or yeast infection, cancer, retained foreign body, fistula, vaginal estrogen deficiency, or altered vaginal micro-flora patterns.

Symptoms associated with vaginal discharge

Some women have a vaginal discharge that is accompanied by burning, soreness,  dryness, chafing, cracking and itching, resulting in extreme discomfort. It may also cause external redness and swelling of the labia.

Treatment

Most the time the underlying etiology for the discharge can be determined and easily treated. However, tere are cases in which even after a thorough evaluation, and a variety of treatments options have been tried, the vaginal discharge still persists. Fowler GYN International (FGI) is able to deal with these difficult cases. At FGI they offer advanced diagnostic techniques to obtain very precise diagnosis. As a result, they are able to implement a customized plan to treat chronic vaginal discharge and or odor.

Based on research, Dr. R. Stuart Fowler of FGI has found that some cases of vaginal discharge that are unresponsive to treatment, may be caused by altered vaginal micro-flora patterns. This refers to a disruption in the normal micro-flora balance of the vagina, which causes the bad bacteria in the vagina to dominate.

Treatment

FGI uses vaginal rejuvenate therapy to restore the balance to the micro-flora in the vagina. Once the flora in the vagina is normalized, the irritative and/or odoriferous secretions resolve. This customized approach has been successfully used to treat chronic vaginal discharge and odors.

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