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Bacterial Infection of the Vagina Evaluation
- Swollen and tender lymph glands in the groin
- Vaginal discharge
- Vaginal redness
- Vaginal sores or ulcers
Tests may be necessary to determine the cause of vaginitis.
Tests that may be used to evaluate bacterial vaginitis include:
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PubMed Bacterial Infection of the Vagina References
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- Mengel MB, Berg AO, Weaver CH: The effectiveness of single-dose metronidazole therapy for patients and their partners with bacterial vaginosis. J Fam Pract 1989 Feb; 28(2): 163-71. 
- Owen MK, Clenney TL. Management of vaginitis. Am Fam Physician. 2004 Dec 1;70(11):2125-32. 
- Spiegel CA: Bacterial vaginosis. Clin Microbiol Rev 1991 Oct; 4(4): 485-502.