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Yeast Infection?

By August 2, 2011 - 8:39pm
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Hi Good day to everyone, I currently have case going on and it has to do with me going to sex rehab, but this im dealing with right now is very odd and strange, ive never had this kind of problem. It turns out last week when i went to the bathroom because i had to pee, i noticed that my undies had discharge and it was creamt white.. which i know its not supposed to be and i had this very odd odor, it wasnt like terrible! or a fishy smell it was just odd and i didnt like it..., so i went to the drug store afterwards and bought Ovules and did that treatment for three days.. well when those days passed i assumed everything will be taken care of.. the odor went away but the discharge was still coming.. i let another week pass and well now today i have a not so thick discharge anymore but its like milky see through almost .. but THAT damn odor is back! should i be worried. ? ??? thank you.

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Hi Bashful,

Thanks for your post-- Treating vaginal infections with over the counter medications can sometimes not help at all or even make it worse if you're treating the wrong thing. White, milky discharge is usually associated with something called Bacterial Vaginosis-- take a look at symptoms here:

A yeast infection usually looks more like cottage cheese instead of milk. If you can schedule an appointment with your doctor, that would be your best option so that you can not only be properly diagnosed but also given medication that will clear up the infection.

All the best,


August 3, 2011 - 7:57am
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