Symptoms

Vaginal mycosis

Vulvo-vaginal infection caused by a fungus (most often Candida albicans), which is physiologically present in the vagina.

An imbalance in the vaginal flora (as a result of taking antibiotics for example) or a change in vaginal pH can result in the local proliferation of the fungus.

The symptoms are intense itching and granular white discharge.

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Vaginal mycosis

Vulvo-vaginal infection caused by a fungus (most often Candida albicans) that is physiologically present in the vagina.

An imbalance in the vaginal flora (due to taking antibiotics for example) or a change in vaginal pH results in local proliferation of the fungus.

The symptoms are intense itching and granular white discharge.

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Breast abscess

A breast abscess is a collection of pus that develops in the breast.

It is characterized by intense pain, fever, heat and a red lump as well as tenderness in the breast.
If you notice any of these symptoms, consult your gynecologist quickly.

 

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