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1,369 Possible Causes for Staphylococcus Aureus in Vaginal Culture, Tampon Use, Vaginal Discharge

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  • Toxic Shock Syndrome

    We report the identification and characterization of three Staphylococcus aureus isolates recovered from throat and vaginal cultures, as well as from an axillary abscess,[] Cultures from blood, subcutaneous tissue, vaginal discharge, and pharynx all revealed GAS bacteria, and therefore she was diagnosed as having GAS-TSS.[] We present a case of recurrent MTSS initially associated with tampon use that continued to recur when tampons were discontinued, which was successfully treated with rifampicin[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Perianal cellulitis and vaginitis should be considered in children who report perineal discomfort or vaginal discharge.[] TSS can also be caused by Staphylococcus aureus infection, which has been linked to tampon use in menstruating women.[] Toxic shock syndrome was initially found to be associated with vaginal infections secondary to tampon use (or inappropriate use such as leaving a tampon in the vagina for[]

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  • Vaginitis

    Culture should exclude infection : Group A streptococcus , Staphylococcus aureus , trichomoniasis . Vaginal pH is 4.5.[] It is characterized by abnormal vaginal discharge and pruritus. The commonest symptom in women with bacterial vaginosis is vaginal discharge.[] Tampon use does not seem to be associated with vaginitis. Long-Term Monitoring In asymptomatic women, follow-up care is not indicated.[]

  • Trichomonas Vaginalis

    Consecutive females, referred by gynaecologists mainly because of abnormal vaginal discharge, were diagnosed using wet mount microscopy, culture and APTIMA T. vaginalis assay[] use, douching, and specimen collection variables have not been assessed for their impact on the detection of Trichomonas vaginalis .[] A higher median T. vaginalis load was observed among women with observed vaginal discharge compared with those without vaginal discharge (p 0.025).[]

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  • Ectopic Pregnancy

    discharge and 2 days history of painless vaginal bleeding.[] […] can take include: don’t lift anything heavier than 10 pounds drink plenty of fluids to prevent constipation pelvic rest , which means refraining from sexual intercourse, tampon[] The vaginal bleeding can vary from being slight or brown vaginal discharge to being like a normal period.[]

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  • Bartholin's Cyst or Abscess

    Fever may or may not be present but vaginal discharge is possible, particularly when the infection is caused by a sexually transmitted organism.[] The same applies for tamponsuse pads as long as the catheter is in place. We recommend showering instead of taking baths.[] Any vaginal discharge or fluid drainage will be sent to a lab for analysis.[]

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  • Urinary Tract Infection

    A history of vaginal discharge suggests that vaginitis, cervicitis, or pelvic inflammatory disease is responsible for symptoms of dysuria; therefore, a pelvic examination[] […] after urinating or defecating , or whether a person typically bathes or showers. [4] There is similarly a lack of evidence surrounding the effect of holding one's urine, tampon[] Women may also complain of a vaginal discharge, especially if their urethra is infected, or if they have an STD.[]

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  • Sinusitis

    Trichomoniasis: Testing is recommended for all women with vaginal discharge, and screening may be considered in high-prevalence settings such as STD clinics and correctional[]

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  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Typically, patients with acute chlamydial salpingitis present with acute lower abdominal pain, tenderness on bimanual pelvic examination, or vaginal discharge.[]

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  • Skin Peeling or Scaling

    The medical term for the symptoms is “vulvitis” if the itchiness is just on the outside, or “vaginitis” (inflammation of the vagina) if there is a vaginal discharge.[] It is mainly Staphylococcus aureus that is responsible and tampon use is one of the main causes of this syndrome.[] There can be many different causes for vulvitis or vaginitis such as a sexually transmitted infection, yeast infection (not an STI), a skin condition called lichen sclerosus[]

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