What are symptoms of nonspecific vulvovaginitis?

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The most common symptoms of nonspecific vulvovaginitis include inflammation (redness, irritation) or itching of the vaginal opening and lips (labia). This can be accompanied by a vaginal discharge that is green, brown, or grey in color and has an unpleasant odor. In a case of an irritating foreign matter, the vaginal discharge may be tainted with blood. Also, the consistency of the discharge can range from thick to foamy.

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