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Milky white vaginal discharge

By March 19, 2010 - 6:44pm
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I've asked this question once before and started a long list of respondents. What's crazy is that this problem has popped back up again and this time, I haven't had a lot of sugary foods and I have used Monistat to solve my problem. But it is looking like, I may not have a yeast infection at all because the Monistat doesn't seem to have worked. I gathered that I had a yeast infection because I was continuously itching with this white discharge, so I treated the infection as if it was just that, a yeast infection. Well.....I still have the milky white discharge and it comes out everyday at various times of the day especially when I use the bathroom. There is no foul odor coming from this discharge; there is no burning; and like I said no itching. So what's going on this time? I plan to schedule an appointment with a GYN not just because of this issue but because it is time for my Pap Smear anyway. When I have sex, my boyfriend states that lots of white stuff is on his penis, and last time we had sex, I saw some of it. After sex, I am dry but after a while, I am back to being wet again. I am wet before sex, definitely during it, dry afterwards, but if we go at it again, it does'nt take long for me to be wet again. It's really weird. Any suggestions anyone? This issue seems similar to the other one that I wrote about, but this time I have treated the issue and the only thing that changed was the itching. The discharge is still there. It's never clumpy, just a milky white discharge.

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