What are symptoms of estrogen deficient vulvovaginitis?

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Symptoms of estrogen deficient vulvovaginitis include burning or itching of the vagina, pain during sexual intercourse that may be followed by slight bleeding, and vaginal dryness. You may also experience small amounts of a vaginal discharge called leukorrhea, which is sticky and can be white, yellow, or green. If the atrophy has also affected your urinary tract, you may experience an extreme urgency, incontinence, or burning sensation while urinating. Consequently, you may also suffer frequent urinary tract infections.

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