Should I talk to my doctor about my bacterial vulvovaginitis symptoms?

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Some women with bacterial vulvovaginitis have a mild form that goes away on its own. However, most women require treatment in order to prevent further complications and further spreading of the disease. Although male sexual partners cannot get infected with vulvovaginitis, it can be spread through vulva-to-vulva contact. If you experience symptoms such as vaginal inflammation, itching, or a white-grey vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odor, talk to your doctor as soon as possible.

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