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10 Sep 2007
My daughter is 4 years old, I've recently noticed that sometimes she's got something white/discharge around her vagina, I not sure if it's dirty or what, I've asked her if someone has touched her private parts and she said no. Is it normal at her age to have discharge.
This could be quite normal, but she may have a candida infection. This often starts after the use of an antibiotic. Give her a probiotic such a Reuteri tablets daily for 10 days and use Nystatin cream in the vaginal area twice a day. If the discharge persists and is at all smelly or profuse then ask your doctor to see her.
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