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What are the symptoms of vaginitis?

Vaginitis causes irritation of the vagina that can result in burning, itching, or pain. Vaginal discharge is another common symptom of vaginitis. Other common symptoms include pain during sexual intercourse or urination and a vaginal odor.

It is also possible to have vaginitis or an STD without experiencing any symptoms.

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Comment from: Gem, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: July 09

My symptom of vaginitis was dryness, more of a light tickling feeling not really itching feeling in certain spots that change. I had no pain of any kind, light thin white discharge (very little), no chunks like a yeast infection. I live with this daily because of the medicines I'm on. Either I have migraines or vaginitis. Hard decision. No migraines for me, thanks!

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Comment from: fie, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: January 23

I'm experiencing itching of my vagina and unstoppable white discharge without odor, sometimes it is yellowish; wonder if this is vaginitis.

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