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Monilial and non-specific vaginitis

Abstract

The major types of vaginitis are trichomonal, atrophic (post-menopausal), gonococcal, mycotic, and “non-specific.” Trichomonal vaginitis not relieved by topical cleansing measures can usually be cured by metronidazole (Flagyl - M & B) taken orally1. Atrophic vaginitis can be controlled by topical or oral oestrogens. Gonococcal vulvovaginitis usually responds to oral penicillin. A great variety of agents are offered for the treatment of mycotic and non-specific vaginitis.

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  • * Based on material published on April 24, 1964 in The Medical Letter, New York.

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