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The Relationship between Knowledge Level and Attitude About Leucorrhoea with Vaginal Prevention Behavior in Adolescents
KESANS : International Journal of Health and Science
Adolescents are a population group aged 10-19 years. Knowledge and attitudes of young women about vaginal discharge affect the behavior of preventing vaginal discharge which aims to maintain the cleanliness of the genital organs. Normal physiological vaginal discharge is white or clear. Abnormal vaginal discharge is characterized by changes in color, consistency, volume, odor, and may be associated with symptoms of itching, pain, dysuria, pelvic pain, or intermenstrual or postcoital bleeding.doi:10.54543/kesans.v1i5.62 fatcat:4vvn52jytnajdo5skqvqd45jvm