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Itchy vagina with blister-like bumps and milky discharge?

By March 15, 2012 - 1:09am
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I am seventeen and on the pill. I have had an itchy vagina for weeks. It isn't always itchy but seems to flare up, there are also little bumps which are slightly blister-like. It seems pretty dry too, but then sometimes there's a strange thin, milky, white discharge. I have tried a capsule of DiFLUCAN ONE for thrush and the symptoms seemed to stop a couple of days later but then came back in another couple of days. About five months before the symptoms I had sex with for the first time but he didn't ejaculate inside me or anything as it hurt too much so we stopped, this was unprotected too. I have had oral sex with a few boys too over the last couple of months. I don't know if it's some sort of infection because of the strange discharge, or if it's herpes because of the blister-like bumps... I'm planning to go to a doctor but I'm really nervous about an examination and live out of town and don't know when I'll get a chance. What could it be? What should I do?

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Hi notsaying,

Thanks for your post. Please schedule an appointnment with your OB/GYN as soon as possible. Unfortunately, we cannot diagnose you over the internet and you need a doctor to do that for you. It could be a vaginal infection however, because you have blisters and have been having unprotected sex, it could be an STD such as herpes.

Please be safe, go to your doctor, and remember to practice safe sex or no sex.



March 15, 2012 - 6:20am
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