What are symptoms of bacterial vulvovaginitis?

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The most common symptom of bacterial vulvovaginitis is a fine vaginal discharge that is white or grey in color. This discharge usually has an unpleasant, fishy odor to it, especially after sexual intercourse or during menstrual periods. Other symptoms include genital itching, swelling, and redness.

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