You have a 28-year-old female in the clinic with a complaint of an offensive and fishy-smelling, abnormal vaginal discharge. She denies a history of STDs. She reports getting yeast infections on two occasions. Her last infection was a year ago. She used OTC medication and reported relief. Reports that she is married and has not had any other sex partners. Otherwise, she is healthy. What two diagnostic/laboratory procedures would you order to evaluate her condition? Discuss your rationale (document), normal findings or range for the procedures, teachings associated with the procedures (e.g., NPO=nothing by mouth, fasting, etc,).At least 500 words and at least 2 peer reviewed journals.