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Ma R. Self-taken swabs can detect bacterial vaginosis and candidiasis. Practitioner Jan 2018;262(1811):7

Self-taken swabs can detect bacterial vaginosis and candidiasis

23 Jan 2018Registered users

Lower vaginal swabs taken by patients are as reliable as high vaginal swabs taken by clinicians for the detection of vulvovaginal candidiasis or bacterial vaginosis, a UK study has shown.

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