Should I ask my doctor about trichomonal vulvovaginitis symptoms?

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If you experience symptoms such as pain during urination or sexual intercourse, vaginal redness, itching or a heavy, foul-smelling vaginal discharge, you might have trichomonal vulvovaginitis. This sexually transmitted disease causes discomfort and pain, and can also infect your sexual partner. Talk to your doctor immediately about treatment options. Your partner should also see a doctor for treatment, as both male and female sexual partners can experience symptoms of trichomoniasis and pass the disease back to you.

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