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Senile vaginitis

Senile vaginitis is common in postmenopausal elderly women. Due to the decline of ovarian function, the decrease of estrogen level, the atrophy of vaginal wall, the thinning of mucosa, the decrease of glycogen content in epithelial cells, the increase of pH value in vagina, the decrease of local resistance, and the easy invasion and reproduction of pathogenic bacteria, it causes inflammation. The main symptoms were increased vaginal secretion, pruritus and burning sensation of vulva.


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