Primary Care Women’s Health

Discuss what further testing you would want to have performed, differential (if possible, please list 3 differential) and working diagnosis, treatment plan, referrals, and other team members needed to complete patient care. A 23-year-old female comes to your office with vague vaginal complaints. She reports that sometimes intercourse is uncomfortable, and sometimes she notices a little whitish-clear non-odorous vaginal discharge midway through her cycle. But none of her complaints supports a vaginal infection/STI or other organic pelvic condition diagnosis. You notice this patient has bruising on her back and both arms.