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Vagina - Search for term

Vagina - Located in front of the rectum and behind the bladder, this opening in the female body leads to the uterus. It is the passage way by which male sperm travel towards the egg or by which the products of menstruation (or your period) leave the female body. The vagina is part of the birth canal through which a woman delivers her newborn baby.

Vomit - Search for term

Vomit - To throw up when you feel sick to your stomach. This is a potential side effect of chemotherapy treatment.

Vaginal Discharge - Search for term

Vaginal Discharge - Glands inside a woman’s vagina and cervix make small amounts of fluid. This fluid flows out of the vagina each day and is your body's way of keeping your vagina healthy and clean. The discharge is usually clear or milky and does not have a bad odour. At certain points of the menstrual cycle, the color and thickness of vaginal discharge will change. An increase in vaginal discharge is also a potential side effect of hormone therapy treatment.