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i dont understand whats going on with me, what is this yellow discharge?

By Anonymous June 20, 2012 - 10:34pm
 
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i am 16 years old and i went to the clinic to get tested and all the std tests came back negative, she did a pelvic exam and did a couple swabs of my pelvic and after examining them she said i had some yeast and she found some white cells but she never said what it could be though. she gave me a pill for the yeast i had, it was diflucan but im still having this yellow, smelly discharge.. everytime i wipe the discharge is the color of urine on the toilet paper.. im worried & i dont know whats going on with me? what is this? should i call and tell her about the discharge or can you tell me something? is this normal? as i am sitting right now i feel kind of swollen in there a little.. if everything came back negative then y am i still feeling a little swole and why didnt the yeast pill work? what could this be? i dont want it to get any further and i dont know if my mom will take me back to the clinic again knowing i dont have a std. i did have unprotected sex with 1 guy wen i was going to a new school and this didnt start happening until a few days after i had sex with him.. & i havent had sex since. whats going on? please help me? is it my ph balance? is there something that can make it go back to normal at walmart? i also take birth control, ortho cyclen (just added information

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