Management of vaginal discharge in non-genitourinary medicine settings

Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, British Association of Sexual Health and HIV


It is normal and healthy for women of reproductive age to have some degree of vaginal discharge. The quantity and type of cervical mucus changes during the menstrual cycle as a result of hormonal fluctuations.

This Guidelines summary covers treatment, management in special circumstances, contraception, and includes a management algorithm.


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