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Vaginal Discharge (cont.)

Prevention

Safe sex practices such as condom use can help prevent the spread of sexually-transmitted infections. It is not possible to completely prevent vaginal yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis, because the conditions arise due to an imbalance in the bacteria and organisms normally present in the vagina and their cause is not completely understood.

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